Study: Breast Implants May Impede Heart Attack TestBreast implants may skew heart attack detection, resulting in a false diagnosis, according to new research.
Common Painkillers Linked To Increased Risk Of Heart Attack, Study SaysTaking even over-the-counter doses of common painkillers known as NSAIDs -- nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs -- has been linked to an increased risk of heart attack in a new study.
Authorities: 4 Police Recruits Save Man Suffering Heart AttackOfficials say the group teamed up Thursday to save a man's life who collapsed at Veterans Park in Hamilton, New Jersey.
'Biggest Loser' Host Bob Harper Suffers Heart AttackHe says a doctor who also was in the gym performed CPR on him.
Cops: Construction Worker, Nurse Help Save Man's Life After He CollapsesPolice say it happened in front of the Sands Casino.
Scientists May Have Figured Out How Stress And Heart Attacks Are LinkedActivity in the amygdala, a region of the brain associated with fear and stress, can predict your risk for heart disease and stroke, according to a study.
CBS News: Actress Carrie Fisher Suffers Heart Attack During FlightCBS' KNX 1070 Newsradio reports actress Carrie Fisher suffered a massive heart attack during a flight on Friday.
Zeoli Show Log 05.23.16Rich discussed the VA Secretary's controversial comments, eating too little salt increasing health problems and long TSA waits. He also discussed Elijah Wood's account of pedophilia in Hollywood, the FDA continuing to push government control and corruption within the Democratic party.
Limp Handshake? Study Claims You Could Be At Increased Risk Of DeathThe next time you visit the doctor, you might want to shake his or her hand.
Mouth Bacteria Indicator Of Heart DiseaseCould the bacteria in your mouth be associated with heart risk?
Study: Drinking Coffee Can Reduce Risk Of Heart AttackThe report found those who drank coffee had a lower risk of having calcium deposits in their coronoary arteries, which is one of the best predictors of heart disease.
The 5 Best Steps To Prevent Heart DiseaseAccording to a study which followed over 20,000 men in Sweden for 11 years, five factors had the greatest impact on health: diet, exercise, smoking, weight circumference, and alcohol consumption.