Category: Heart Health Tips

Fad Diets and Your Heart

With every new year comes a fascinating new diet that will miraculously increase your energy level as you lose weight. But how effective are these

Tracking Heart Rate Variability

For decades, scientists and physicians have been tracking heart health by recording blood pressure and heart rate readings. But within the last 20 years, another

Remembering to Take Medication

To stay healthy, you visit your doctor regularly. You try to eat whole foods and have started exercising. Your doctor gave you a prescription for

Vitamin D’s Effect on Heart Health

Vitamin D has long been recognized as promoting healthy bones, but a recent study has recently linked vitamin D with cardiovascular health. In particular, those

Using Your Phone to Track Your Health

ReactDx, the portable cardiac monitor specialists, has a long history of combining technology with health care. Recent innovations in cell phone apps have given a

Unusual Heart Attack Signs

It has been well documented that radiating pain in the left arm and constricting chest pain are signs of a heart attack. However, some people

How Pets Help Your Heart

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) note that about half of Americans have at least one of the following three risk factors for

What Happens After a Heart Attack?

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) report that every year 790,000 Americans suffer a heart attack with 580,000 of those being the patient’s

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