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.
Former WJZ Sports Anchor Collapses And Dies In GymFormer WJZ sports anchor Shawn Madden collapsed and died at his gym in Shrewsbury on Friday.
Study: Women Who Have 4 Or More Children More Likely To Develop Heart DiseaseAccording to a new study, women who have four or more children are more likely to have heart disease.
Research: Women With Diabetes More Likely To Develop Heart DiseaseForget what you think you know about heart disease. There's new information that's shaking things up a bit.
Sunday, Feb. 16, 2014The MAC in Timonium holds an event to combat heart disease. Also, we have information on commonly missed deductions.
Many Women Unaware Of Heart Disease's ThreatOnly one in five women are aware that heart disease is their greatest health threat.
Doctors & Churches Team Up To Fight Heart Disease In WomenEvery minute in this country, one woman dies because of heart disease. It is the number one killer of women.
Funeral Held For 6-Year-Old Girl Who Died Awaiting 2nd Heart TransplantA six-year-old awaiting a second heart transplant dies before the life-saving surgery. This weekend, family and friends said goodbye to the little girl.
Woman Died Of Heart Disease On Cruise Ship Out Of BaltimoreThe Baltimore Medical Examiner's Office has confirmed the woman who died on a Royal Caribbean cruise ship out of the city died of natural causes, namely heart disease.
New Hopkins Study Shows Tackling Obesity In Youth More Effective For HeartDoctors say it's never too late to lose weight, but a new Johns Hopkins study shows the sooner you peel the pounds, the better for your heart.
Vegetarian Diet May Cut Heart Disease RiskThe risk of hospitalization or death from heart disease is almost a third lower in vegetarians, study says.
Mother Of Olympic Champion Michael Phelps Joins Battle Against Heart DiseaseShe's the mother of an Olympic champion who's found time to focus on her health and join the battle against a silent killer of women. Debbie Phelps says it all starts with a 60-minute checkup.