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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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You may want to stand up: New research shows that sitting too much could lead to cardiovascular disease, cancer, type 2 diabetes and obesity, regardless of how much you exercise.
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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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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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About 1.2 million people suffer a heart attack each year. Lower your risk today - here are 25 ways to take control of your heart health.
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Heart attack warning signs are different for men and women. Keep these in mind and know when to call for help.
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Do you stress over when the next natural disaster will strike, yet don't think twice about crossing a busy street? See if your biggest fears are worth the worry.
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Matters of the heart are rarely simple. But one thing is clear: to lower your risk of heart attack and heart disease, cut back on salt. Here’s how and why.
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Angina is a common heart attack symptom — know what to ask your doctor about treating your chest pain
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Are you eating your way to heart disease? Remake your diet into a disease-fighting machine by adding these simple foods to your menu
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