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High blood pressure is known as the “silent killer” because it rarely exhibits any outward symptoms and often isn’t even discovered until a person has a heart attack or stroke. If we can’t tell we
Maybe you’ve heard of a rare medical condition called cardiogenic shock and wondered exactly what it is. Simply put, it’s a form of heart failure where a less–than–adequate supply of blood is pumped from the
A little stress in our lives serves to keep us on our toes, but too much can lead to health problems, interrupted sleep, emotional issues and poor decision-making. And while it’s difficult to measure something
If you have diabetes, chances are you’ve already been told how important it is to control your blood sugar levels to avoid potential complications of the disease. If you have type 2 diabetes, managing your
When Allen resident Mark Johnson woke up one morning last June, he probably didn’t anticipate that his life would nearly come to an end that day. But thanks to a quick-thinking firefighter from the Allen
Women are capable of amazing things, from giving birth to running marathons and everything in between. When our bodies start to behave differently, don’t cooperate as they used to or show signs of disease, it
It’s no secret that stroke is a major health problem, with close to 800,000 Americans having a stroke each year, but what you might not know is that it affects women at a higher rate
Although it may seem impossible to survive something dubbed the “widowmaker,” Neeraj Badhey, M.D., an interventional cardiologist on the medical staffs at Texas Health HEB and Cardiac & Vascular Center of North Texas, a Texas
In honor of Heart Month, take a few minutes to learn how different heart attack symptoms can be for women compared to men.