Joy found her freedom from Afib. New treatment options changed her life.
Afib puts women at five times greater risk for a stroke. Learn the risk factors.
Silent heart attacks exist and are more common among women. You can protect yourself by addressing your personal risk factors.
As women, we face unique risks of stroke that are tied to hormones. This occurs throughout our lives, but the risks are more significant during midlife.
Cardiologist Mona Shah shares how meditation can help undo stress and improve blood pressure and heart health.
Your heart and your brain are connected in amazing ways. A heart-healthy lifestyle can keep both your heart and your brain in optimal shape. Dr. Eric Sauvageau, neurovascular surgeon, maps out how preventing heart disease can also help prevent strokes.
Early experience paved the way for Dr. Nader to share important insights with us now: We all need to know our bodies and listen to our hearts.
Pamela Rama, MD tells us why a woman’s risk for heart issues increases at midlife.
Your chronological age and your heart age may differ. The good news: You can actually reduce your heart age.
Nourish your heart by incorporating these foods into your diet.