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State prisons are providing inmates with cardiac health care and screening for cardiovascular risk factors, found a CDC report.
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Third-grader Sofia Montoya was on the school playground this spring when her heart stopped.
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A minute of secondhand marijuana smoke may damage blood vessels, according to research released Wednesday.
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Life is good for Jang Jaswal after years of battling heart failure.
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As student athletes return for training camps and practices, the NCAA is reminding trainers and coaches about a rare, but important concern: sudden cardiac death.
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More than 300 hospitals and clinics have joined a nationwide initiative to lower Americans’ blood pressure.
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“The test results are in. I’ve seen worse.”
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Women under age 50 who do physical activity can lower their coronary heart disease risk.
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