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Not-So-Fun Study Says Sweating the Small Stuff Could Kill You

It turns out that age-old advice not to sweat the small stuff is more than just a trite saying. It could save your life.

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Do You Know Someone With Heart Disease?

Do you know someone who has heart disease or who has experienced a stroke?

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For a Healthier Heart, Try the Mediterranean Diet

A recent study explains that a so-called Mediterranean diet—specifically one high in extra-virgin olive oil—is a great way to keep your heart in good shape.

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5 Frequently Asked Questions About Heart Disease

Valentine's Day may be over, but that doesn't mean you have to take down all of your heart decorations yet. February is also American Heart Month, so keep gluing glitter to pink construction paper while you educate yourself on all the ways to make sure your future is heart-disease-free.

To get you started, we've answered five big questions about heart health below.

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American Heart Association Celebrating 10th Annual National Wear Red Day

The 10th Annual Wear Red Day takes place tomorrow, and the American Heart Association wants to make sure everyone is involved.

According to the group, heart disease is the number one killer of women in the U.S., with ninety percent having on

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AHA Hosting Annual Go Red For Women Luncheon

Utica, NY (WIBX) - The American Heart Association is gearing up for its annual Go Red For Women Luncheon on Wednesday.

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Scientist Find Link Between Heart Disease and Prostate Cancer

Researchers at Duke Cancer Institute found a proven link between coronary artery disease and prostate cancer, indicating the two ailments may have joint causes.

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Middle-Age Risk Factors Trigger Larger Lifetime Risk of Heart Disease

While a persons risk of heart disease may be low in the next five or ten years, the lifetime risk for getting it could still be very high, according to a new study published in the most recent issue of New England Journal of Medicine.

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Does Alcohol in Red Wine Reduce the Risk of Heart Disease?

Studies have linked wine and improved cardiovascular health. But a recently released report questions whether it’s really the alcohol or the polyphenol in red wine that improves heart health.

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Home Monitoring May Help Reduce Costs for Heart Failure

Heart disease needs to be closely tracked in order to avoid such hospitalizations, and home-monitoring interventions may be especially useful, UCLA researchers say.

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