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More than 300 hospitals and clinics have joined a nationwide initiative to lower Americans’ blood pressure.
Read more about Target: BP
“The test results are in. I’ve seen worse.”
Read more Hearty Humor by Jonny Hawkins
Women under age 50 who do physical activity can lower their coronary heart disease risk.
Read more about physical activity
Spending too much time in front of the tube every day may increase your risk of dying from a blood clot in the lung.
Read more about screen time
Rod Carew brings Heart of 29 to Hall of Fame
Induction weekend provided a great opportunity to fight heart disease among Carew’s fellow legends, their families and fans.
Read more about the latest Heart of 29 event
Making science less mysterious and more understandable is the focus for researchers gathered in San Antonio.
Read more about Research Leaders Academy
After her stroke, Dana Rivera set a goal: walk in high heels again.
Read Dana Rivera’s story
An exaggerated response to too much sodium in the diet may be as dangerous as high blood pressure when it comes to cardiovascular diseases, according to a statement released Thursday.
Read more about salt sensitivity
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