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3-D printer equips surgeon to save infants joined at the heart.
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The Internet and accompanying devices can help people make healthy lifestyle changes, according to a study released Wednesday.
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Younger heart attack survivors may face premature heart disease death.
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At 38, Amanda Thompson had a mini-stroke at the gym. Doctors didn't believe she'd had a stroke.
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“I don’t know how I got this big stomach. All I eat are finger foods.”
Read more Hearty Humor by Jonny Hawkins
A congenital heart defect caused Mark Ridder to need a heart valve replacement, but his focus on a healthy diet and regular exercise helped him quickly regain an active lifestyle.
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Food fortified with folic acid helped lower overall rates of congenital heart defects in Canada, according to a study released Monday.
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You know what’s sweet? Healthier kids
Professor of nutrition Rachel Johnson offers advice on how to reduce added sugars in children’s diet.
Read AHA CEO Nancy Brown’s latest column
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