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Learn the basics of a coronary angioplasty procedure, also called a percutaneous coronary intervention, or PCI, and how it can help relieve angina.
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While most OTC's are safe, some may increase blood pressure when paired with prescribed blood pressure medications. Learn which medications to look out for if you have high blood pressure.
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Cardiovascular disease is the number one health threat to women. Find out how you can reduce your risk in the latest report from Missouri Medicine.
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Is it safe to toast to good health this holiday season? In the latest article from Missouri Medicine, doctors examine the link between alcohol consumption and cardiovascular disease – and whether the benefits of imbibing outweigh the risks.
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Here are seven reasons to stop mid-sip, and put down the soda for good.
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When you quit smoking, your body begins to restore itself almost immediately. Find out how your health improves in the moments, hours, months and years after you put out your last cigarette.
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Exercise is great for your health - but too much of it can be bad for your heart. Find out why, and how to prevent heart damage from excessive exercise, in this Missouri Medicine report.
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What's the connection between mental stress and heart health? Find out in this latest Missouri Medicine report.
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Fish oil, folic acid, vitamin C. Are these supplements heart-healthy or overhyped? Missouri Medicine reports.
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When a heart attack strikes, being able to identify what’s happening to your body and knowing when to call for help are key to survival. Read on to learn what happens before, during and after a heart attack occurs.
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