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The Heart-Brain Connection

A healthy heart may lead to a healthier brain, a new study finds.

The Heart-Brain Connection

A healthy heart may lead to a healthier brain, a new study finds.

Work and Heart Health

The number of hours you work per week may impact your cardiovascular risk, a according to new study

Work and Heart Health

The number of hours you work per week may impact your cardiovascular risk, a according to new study

The Doctors' Cameraman Shares Heart Attack Story

The Doctors' cameraman Joe recognized his heart pain as signs of cardiac arrest and took himself to the ER. Joe says he wouldn't have gone to the hospital if it weren't for working at The Doctors. To hear Joe's advice, click here .

The Doctors' Cameraman Shares Advice After Heart Attack

Heart attack survivor and Doctors' cameraman Joe shares some very importance advice with The Doctors.

The Doctors' Cameraman Shares Heart Attack Story

The Doctors’ cameraman Joe recognized his heart pain as signs of cardiac arrest and took himself to the ER. Joe says he wouldn’t have gone to the hospital if it weren’t for working at The Doctors. To hear Joe’s advice, click here .

The Doctors' Cameraman Shares Advice After Heart Attack

Heart attack survivor and Doctors’ cameraman Joe shares some very importance advice with The Doctors.

Men's Health: Erectile Dysfunction May Indicate Other Health Concerns

Erectile dysfunction is very common for men, yet many do not seek treatment with their healthcare provider. Mayo Clinic urologist and men's sexual health specialist Dr. Landon Trost says he understands it can be uncomfortable for men to discuss erectile dysfunction or impotence; however, it can mean there are other underlying issues.

Mayo Clinic Minute: What Heart Sounds Tell Us

When you have a physical examination, your doctor almost always picks up the stethoscope and listens to your heart. The sounds your heart makes are important because they give your doctor insight about your health. For example, if the familiar LUB-DUB of a heartbeat is clouded with a whooshing sound, it means you may have a heart murmur. In this Mayo Clinic Minute, reporter Vivien Williams talks with cardiologist Dr. Kyle Klarich about the significance of our heart sounds.

Mayo Clinic Minute: What Heart Sounds Tell Us

When you have a physical examination, your doctor almost always picks up the stethoscope and listens to your heart. The sounds your heart makes are important because they give your doctor insight about your health. For example, if the familiar LUB-DUB of a heartbeat is clouded with a whooshing sound, it means you may have a heart murmur. In this Mayo Clinic Minute, reporter Vivien Williams talks with cardiologist Dr. Kyle Klarich about the significance of our heart sounds.

Woman's Inspiring Story About Giving Birth And Having Heart Surgery In The

Shea Bowen shares her story about how doctors found out she had heart disease right after giving birth to her first child.

Woman's Inspiring Story About Giving Birth And Having Heart Surgery In The

Shea Bowen shares her story about how doctors found out she had heart disease right after giving birth to her first child.

Gender and Heart Disease

When it comes to heart disease, gender may play a role in quality of care, a new study finds.

Gender and Heart Disease

When it comes to heart disease, gender may play a role in quality of care, a new study finds.

Gene Simmons' Heart Scare

ER physician Dr. Travis Stork sits down with Pfizer's Chief Medical Officer Dr. Freda Lewis-Hall to discuss her recent visit with music icon Gene Simmons of KISS, who has experienced atrial fibrillation, also known as AFib.

6 Heart Numbers Women Should Know

Cardiovascular disease is not just a men's issue. In fact, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says heart disease is the number one killer of men and women. Mayo Clinic experts are reaching out to women to help them stay heart healthy. They say a good place to start is to know your numbers. Reporter Vivien Williams has more on the six heart number

Know Your Numbers: Mayo Clinic's 8675309 Parody

This is a parody of 8675309/Jenny, produced by the Mayo Clinic Center for Social Media to promote healthy heart awareness.

Gene Simmons' Heart Scare

ER physician Dr. Travis Stork sits down with Pfizer's Chief Medical Officer Dr. Freda Lewis-Hall to discuss her recent visit with music icon Gene Simmons of KISS, who has experienced atrial fibrillation, also known as AFib.

6 Heart Numbers Women Should Know

Cardiovascular disease is not just a men's issue. In fact, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says heart disease is the number one killer of men and women. Mayo Clinic experts are reaching out to women to help them stay heart healthy. They say a good place to start is to know your numbers. Reporter Vivien Williams has more on the six heart number

Know Your Numbers: Mayo Clinic's 8675309 Parody

This is a parody of 8675309/Jenny, produced by the Mayo Clinic Center for Social Media to promote healthy heart awareness.

Does a High Body Mass Index Equal an Unhealthy Heart?

In a medical study, health of overweight people, about 29 percent of obese and 16 percent of very obese people in the study were found to be cardi-ometabolically healthy.

Does a High Body Mass Index Equal an Unhealthy Heart?

In a medical study, health of overweight people, about 29 percent of obese and 16 percent of very obese people in the study were found to be cardi-ometabolically healthy.

Mayo Clinic Minute - Cholesterol Vaccine

High cholesterol increases your risk of heart disease and stroke. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that more than 73 million Americans have high levels of low-density lipoprotein (LDL), or 'bad' cholesterol, and only about half of those people are on proper treatment. Statins are very effective medications for lowering bad cholesterol, but they're not for everyone. Researchers are studying a new alternative to statins ? a cholesterol vaccine.

Cholesterol Dangers in Young Adulthood

Even slightly high cholesterol in young adulthood raises heart disease risk, a study finds.

Cholesterol Dangers in Young Adulthood

Even slightly high cholesterol in young adulthood raises heart disease risk, a study finds.

?Make ?Bath Time Fun and Educational? with Crayons?

Turn bath time into the best time! Your little one will look forward to getting clean when it means fun and games with bath time markers.

Mayo Clinic Minute - Cholesterol Vaccine

High cholesterol increases your risk of heart disease and stroke. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that more than 73 million Americans have high levels of low-density lipoprotein (LDL), or 'bad' cholesterol, and only about half of those people are on proper treatment. Statins are very effective medications for lowering bad cholesterol, but they're not for everyone. Researchers are studying a new alternative to statins â€" a cholesterol vaccine.

Mayo Clinic Minute - Flu Shot and Heart Attack

Even though this flu season may be off to a slower start than last year, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) still recommends all people over 6 months of age, with few exceptions, should get a vaccine. The truth is, the flu is not the only health problem the vaccine prevents; it may also help prevent heart attack and stroke.

Mayo Clinic Minute: Flu Shot and Heart Attack

Even though this flu season may be off to a slower start than last year, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) still recommends all people over 6 months of age, with few exceptions, should get a vaccine. The truth is, the flu is not the only health problem the vaccine prevents; it may also help prevent heart attack and stroke.
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