Heart Disease in Senior Women

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Daily Tips to Manage Heart Failure | WebMD

Keep an Eye on Symptoms Daily If you’re living with heart disease or congestive heart failure in particular, stay on ...

10 Things Every Woman Should Know About Heart Health | MindBodyGreen

Heart disease still kills more women than all cancers combined. Women aren't just "men with smaller hearts," so it's important ...

Caffeine, Irregular Heartbeat and Heart Failure | WebMD

Contrary to common belief, coffee doesn't seem to increase the risk of irregular heartbeats in people with heart failure, according ...

9 Superfoods For Your Heart | Prevention

Diet can be so effective that the British Medical Journal published a paper suggesting that doctors shelve the idea of ...

Heart disease: Could sleep disorders play a role? – Medical News Today

Getting the right amount of sleep is crucial to a person's ability to function properly, and sleeping too little or ...

How Heart Attacks Can Affect People’s Sex Lives | TIME

For most people, having sex after a heart attack is safe. But about half of men and women say they ...

Sitting Really Can Kill You, Heart Experts Say – NBC News

Evidence is building that sitting for too long can cause heart disease and diabetes — even in people who exercise, ...

Exercise Recommendations Aren’t Enough to Protect the Heart

When it comes to preventing heart failure, even the recommended amounts may not be enough, finds a new study Being ...

Exercising Can Help Lower Risk of Heart Disease, How to Undo the Damage of a Sedentary Lifestyle, and What May Be Causing Your Gluten Sensitivity

Exercising for two and a half hours per week may decrease your risk of heart disease.Women under the age of ...

Smog Linked to Heart Disease in Seniors

Older people living in cities with high levels of a particular type of air pollution are more likely to be ...

Heart-Healthy Habits for Seniors

Heart disease is a major threat to senior health — in fact, 84 percent of people age 65 years and ...

How Age and Gender Affect Your Heart

The number of people affected by heart disease increases with age in both men and women. About four out of ...

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