A 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.
The 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.
Doctors 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.
The risk of hospitalization or death from heart disease is almost a third lower in vegetarians, study says.
She’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.
Nationwide, one woman dies every minute from heart disease. It’s a striking statistic that’s causing churches across the city to mark the ninth annual Red Dress Sunday.
Death rates dropped significantly last year for five out of the 15 leading causes of death in the U.S.
For teens who smoke, heart health troubles may start early.
Learn the symptoms of a heart attack and heed them, Rosie O’Donnell advised her fans.
A 13-year-old’s life is saved by CPR when she collapses while playing field hockey. Breanna Sudano is back on the field after treatment for heart disease as honorary captain of the Perry Hall High lacrosse team.
A mix of haircuts with blood pressure screenings are becoming a healthy combination.
Heart disease is the number one killer among women nationwide. In Baltimore, it’s also the leading cause of death for African-American women. The city is teaming up with doctors and churches to target the most likely victims.