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Battling High Blood Pressure

The death rate related to high blood pressure continues to rise.

Smoking Exposure and Your Child's Heart Health

Does exposure to second-hand smoke increase a child's risk for cardiovascular disease?

Kids and Heart Health

How many children score well in four key indicators of heart health?

Electrocardiogram Debate

Should your annual physical include an electrocardiogram or echo-cardiogram?

The CoreValve Alternative to Open Heart Valve Replacement

A new breakthrough heart procedure that eliminates the need for open-heart valve replacement. The procedure is said to be better than standard surgery

Some NCAA Schools Get Aggressive on Heart Exams

Team physicians at some NCAA schools are increasingly taking actions that the American Heart Association doesn't recommend. WSJ's Sharon Terlep reports. Photo: Getty

Hidden Health Benefits of Honey

Honey - you can do more with it than put it in your tea. We'll show you how the sweet stuff can help suppress a cough, soothe burns and provide sleep relief.

Drs Rx: Relief for Chronic Knee Pain

Learn how boosting your butt can help eliminate knee pain.

Have Women Been Bullied Out Of Showing Emotion In The Workplace?

Julie Holland joins HuffPost Live to discuss how women have been bullied out of showing emotion in the workplace

Psychiatrists Told This Man He Was 'Wimpy' When He Said He Was Emotional

Arthur Gallant talks to Caroline about how psychiatrists told him he was "wimpy" when he told them he was emotional.

How Big Pharma Has Turned Our Emotions Into A Disorder

According to psychiatrist and author Julie Holland, one in four American women take psychiatric medication, compared to one in seven men. We take a look at this seemingly gendered drug boom.

Medicate Her

According to psychiatrist and author Julie Holland, one in four American women take psychiatric medication, compared to one in seven men. We take a look at this seemingly gendered drug boom.

I Am Ballsy: Preventing Testicular Cancer

A young man starts a movement to bring awareness to a type of cancer that many may not know about.

Woman With Mysterious Skin Condition Gets Diagnosed

A woman with mysterious red bumps on her arms and legs finally gets a diagnosis for the skin condition that she says has made her self-conscious for years.

Understanding Cystic Fibrosis

More than 30,000 children and adults have cystic fibrosis. ER physician Dr. Travis Stork explains how the life-threatening genetic disease affects the body.

Woman's Viral Video Raises Awareness About Cystic Fibrosis

In a daytime TV exclusive, a courageous 23-year-old whose video revealing her battle with cystic fibrosis went viral joins The Doctors to discuss why she turned to social media and how she's helping others who live with the devastating disorder.

How Do Blood Clots From in Your Veins?

Could you be at risk for developing a blood clot in your veins? Pfizer's Chief Medical Officer Freda Lewis-Hall, M.D. shares potentially life-saving information everyone needs to know.

A New Life-Saving Clip to Treat Mitral Regurgitation

A new option for patients with severe mitral regurgitation who are too sick for open heart surgery.

Atrial Fibrillation: Are You at Risk?

NASCAR driver Michael Waltrip helps raise awareness about atrial fibrillation, a dangerous cardiovascular condition that affects an estimated 2.7 million Americans, including his mother.

My Hoarding Almost Cost Me My Marriage

Lee Shuer joins HuffPost Live to explain how his hoarding almost cost him his marriage.

4 Habits That Can Harm Your Heart

You might be surprised to learn that these four habits can do a number on your heart. The good news, says Cardiologist Stephanie Moore, MD, is that there are really simple ways to turn these bad habits into good ones.

How to Avoid Blood Clots When Traveling

When it comes to blood clots, there could be certain genetic factors at play. However, risk goes up for all of us if immobile for two hours or more when flying....or even on a car trip. Important safety tips you need to know.

Healing Hearts Without a Transplant

A heart pump used to keep people alive until they receive a heart transplant has a surprising result- it actually helps failing hearts.

Saving Young Athletes' Hearts

If your kid plays sports, chances are you've worried about concussions. But did you know the number one killer of young athletes is actually sudden cardiac arrest? Find out what you need to know before your child takes the field

Patching Up Bruised Hearts with Heart Stem Cells

Five million Americans are living with heart failure and 715,000 will have a heart attack this year. There's a new Band-Aid for the heart that helping to patch up some of their problems.

Laura's Family History of Heart Disease

Laura's dad had three heart attacks before she was 13, and later died from heart disease. Her grandmother, grandfather and several other relatives also died due to heart disease. Yet Laura, who is 30, has put off going to a cardiologist to have her heart health checked. She recently tested her blood pressure at a pharmacy, and says the number "scared her to death," so she reached out to The Doctors to learn how to reduce her risk.

How Diet Pills Affect Your Heart

Laura, who had a family history of heart disease, says she put off visiting a cardiologist, in part because she's worried that the blood pressure medicine she might be prescribed could make her gain five or 10 pounds. She also reveals she takes diet pills, which concerns The Doctors. They challenge her to stop taking the pills because they can increase blood pressure, increasing the risk of heart disease.

Judy's Husband Stayed Alive with the Bee Gees

When Judy's husband, David, collapsed right in front of her, she immediately recalled a segment from the show in which Dr. Travis shared the perfect tune to follow when performing chest compressions on a patient while awaiting emergency services.

How to Keep Your Heart Healthy

Amy McGorry from Prevention Magazine reviews simple steps you can take to ensure a healthy heart.

How Snoring Could Lead to Heart Disease

Snoring puts strain on the major blood vessels in the neck, which over time could lead to heart disease.