American Heart Association

Had a heart attack? Healthy living could help prevent another one

By AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION NEWS

Off the Charts is a series featuring expert answers to questions about heart and brain health. This week we explore healthy living after a heart attack, and how to avoid a repeat.

Q: I had my third “widowmaker” heart attack. … I’ve had an active […]

Kimmel’s son’s experience spotlights rare congenital heart defect

By AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION NEWS

Off the Charts is a series featuring expert answers to questions about heart and brain health. This week we explore tetralogy of Fallot with pulmonary atresia.

Nothing prepares an expectant parent for bad news. But that experience became part of a national discussion recently, with news that Jimmy Kimmel’s […]

Off the Charts: Looking for answers about her sister’s peripheral artery disease

By AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION NEWS

Off the Charts is a series where experts answer your questions about heart and brain health. This week’s question is about peripheral artery disease, a problem that affects more than 8.5 million Americans.

Q: “I am contacting you from Scotland to ask if you have any […]

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