It's crucial to listen to your body and understand how women's symptoms can be different than men's.
If you have heart disease, have you created an emergency plan or joined a support group? We offer seven healthy heart tips.
It's important to see a doctor as soon you might be pregnant to begin assessing the risks of hypertension.
Exercise initiative seeks to make movement a part of prescribing process.
Don't get too excited. Dark chocolate contains more antioxidant-producing flavonoids than other forms, but moderation is still key.
Heart disease is the No. 1 killer of women, yet can be prevented with simple lifestyle changes.
Regular blood pressure checks could improve health and reduce cardiovascular risks.
These four habits are the best for preventing serious health problems, such as heart disease and diabetes.
Don't let cold weather drag you into inertia. Here are creative ways to keep moving in winter.