Are you at risk for heart disease? Not sure? Neither are millions of Americans. By taking this short self-assessment, you'll have a better understanding of your risk of developing heart disease.
What, exactly, is cardiovascular disease? And who is more likely to be at risk? This section details much of what you need to know about your heart, what affects it, and why it's important you act now to keep it healthy.
A simple plan of moderate exercise, healthy diet, and a few smart tips on managing stress may help reduce your risk. For example, did you know adding certain nuts to your diet can help your heart stay healthy? Learn more here.
From one of the first artificial heart implantation to small-incision "keyhole" surgery, Hahnemann continues to make advances in cardiac research, and procedures designed to help improve outcomes and help save lives. Here's what we know.
For a complete list of research, prevention, diagnosis and treatment services, click here.
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