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Some types of chemotherapy are so toxic that they damage the heart muscle.
Men who had extensive baldness were 48% more likely to have chronic heart disease.
A relatively new procedure done in Grand Rapids can help protect certain heart patients from having a stroke.
10 years ago having a stent procedure for a closed artery meant five days in the hospital. Now, it's less than eight hours for most patients undergoing an elective stenting procedure.
About 600,000 people die every year of heart disease. That's one in every four deaths.
GRAND RAPIDS (WZZM) - The American Heart Association is celebrating the 10th year of its annual "Go Red for Women" campaign, this February.
Around 43 million women in the United States are affected by heart disease.
Anyone who has been told by their doctor they need to lose weight or stop smoking in order to lower their risk of a heart attack knows how hard it is.
This year over 250,000 women will die from a heart attack. It is the number one cause of death among women. One teenage boy from Fremont is trying to change that fact.
Automated external defibrillators are becoming more and more common but would you know how to use one?
Taking care of your health during the holiday season is often the last thing on the To Do list. Here's why even healthy people need to watch out for Holiday Heart Syndrome.
New research shows unemployment hurts more than your wallet; it may damage your heart.
Studies have found that the BMI measurement is off 48% of the time for women and 25% of the time for men.
Mercy Health in Muskegon has started a new program that screens every newborn for possible undetected critical congenital heart defects.