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Twice as many Americans will be eligible for cholesterol-lowering drugs, based on controversial new heart guidelines from two of the USA's leading cardiovascular associations.
Testosterone treatments may increase risks for heart attacks, strokes and death in older men with low hormone levels and other health problems, a Veterans Affairs study suggests.
The Grand Rapids Heart Walk is happening this weekend and organizers hope to raise money to fight heart disease.
Heart failure has one of the highest hospital readmission rates among medicare and medicaid patients.
In his memory, area chefs have pulled together to start a Chef Mark Noseda Scholarship fund. The scholarship will help students attend GRCC's Secchia Institute for Culinary Education.
Nearly 300,000 people die of sudden cardiac death every year in the United States and now researchers believe they know why.
Spectrum Health recently participated in a study that identifies where a heart attack occurs now they are looking at how to stop one from happening.
Eating more fruits and vegetables is part of maintaining a healthy heart.
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.