Heart Attack

15 Heart Attack Red Flags For Women

Heart attacks strike quite differently for different sexes. While men typically suffer suffocating chest pains—women suffer far more subtle symptoms ...

13 Hard-To-Recognize Heart Attack Symptoms

When we see a heart attack depicted in films, it’s usually a very obvious pain in the chest that has ...

Cardiac Arrest vs. Heart Attack vs. Heart Failure: 12 Key Differences

You’ll often hear the terms heart attack and cardiac arrest used interchangeably, but in reality they aren’t the same thing. ...

10 Heart Attack Symptoms: How They Differ for Men and Women

There may not be a more serious health problem than heart disease. ...

Testosterone Replacement Therapy Reduces Risk of Heart Attack, Stroke: Study

As a man ages, his testosterone tends to go down. ...

9 Factors that Increase Your Risk of A Heart Attack

It’s true that there are certain risk factors for heart disease that can’t be controlled—for instance, your age, a family ...

Taking Antacids May Raise Risk of Heart Attack, Study Shows

Many people turn to antacids to help with heartburn and stomach aches. ...

Stop Taking Aspirin to Prevent First Heart Attack, FDA Says

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is now telling people to stop taking aspirin as a way to prevent a ...

10 Possible Causes of Arm Pain

Sources of arm pain are numerous, affecting the muscles, tendons, ligaments, and bones of the arm, shoulder, elbow, wrist, hand, ...

10 Heart Attack Signs: How to Know if You’re Having a Heart Attack

Heart disease is the number one killer of both men and women in America—with approximately 460,000 related deaths due to ...

Job Loss Linked to Increased Risk of Heart Attack

Have you ever been laid off, fired or quit a job? If so, you may be at an increased risk ...

Study Shows that Heart Attack Rates Climb During Winter

It kind of makes sense that winter would be harsher for heart patients—the physical strain of the cold, shovelling all that snow, ...

Work Stress Leads to Higher Risk of Heart Attacks, Coronary Heart Disease

Researchers have linked a condition they call “job strain” to higher heart attack and coronary heart disease rates. ...