Ex-Homeland Security Czar Ridge Recovering From Heart AttackThe wife of former U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge says he's in the early stages of recovery from a heart attack, a day after undergoing an emergency heart procedure.
Study Suggests Women Less Likely To Get CPR From BystandersWomen are less likely than men to get CPR from a bystander, a new study suggested, and researchers think that reluctance to touch a woman's chest might be one reason.
Heart Disease Linked To How Fast You Walk, Study SaysResearchers in England are warning that people who like to move at a slower pace may be at greater risk for heart problems.
Life Saver Has His Own Life SavedJohn Copeland has seen plenty of heart attacks in his 25 years as a Lewisville firefighter and paramedic.
Merck Says New Cholesterol Drug Worked In Big StudyMerck & Co. said Tuesday that a new type of cholesterol drug reduced heart attacks, deaths and other complications of heart disease in a huge, late-stage study.
Wednesday's Warriors: Tara RobinsonFebruary is American Heart Month; a time to remind ourselves, when something just doesn't feel right, knowing the signs of trouble can help you be your best advocate.
Take A Few Minutes, Learn 2 Steps And Save A LifeIt is possible for you to save a life by performing two simple steps, now local health officials want to show you exactly how to do it. The procedure is called hands-only CPR.
Carrie Fisher's Death Certificate Confirms Heart AttackCarrie Fisher's death certificate confirms that the actress died of a heart attack, but it says more investigation is needed to try to determine the underlying cause.
Carrie Fisher Suffers Heart Attack On Plane, In Stable ConditionFisher, who played Princess Leia in the 'Star Wars' movies, was on a flight from London to Los Angeles when she went into cardiac arrest.
Hospital Volunteer Was In Right Place When He Had Heart AttackA man whose heart stopped beating at the very hospital where he volunteers is back in his role and giving thanks to those who saved his life.
It's Not All In The Genes: Clean Living Can Cut Heart RisksClean living can slash your risk for heart disease even if your genes are heavily stacked against you. A large study finds that people with the most inherited risk cut their chances if they didn't smoke, ate well, exercised and stayed slim.
Stay Well This WinterThis winter season will bring cooler temperatures, and ice and snow for some. But did you know that your chance of getting certain medical conditions might go up as the temperature dips?