When a game is decided in the final seconds, some call that a "heart stopping" finish. But, did you know your heart can actually stop, and restart, on its own? More>>
High blood pressure is a pretty common condition. But, it's still something you need to talk to your doctor about. More>>
Blood thinners have been around for a long time. Without them, our blood's ability to clot can sometimes work against us. More>>
From a pain in your chest-- to those "electronic cigarettes" you see advertised on T. V.--Dr. Ramin Artang answers your questions in this segment of "Heart Health." More>>
Heart murmurs, and leaky valves. Both are problems that a cardiac stress test can detect. But, why do they happen? Bad genetics? Bad lifestyle? More>>
For folks facing a family history of heart disease, there's one test that could save your life. A cardiac "stress test". More>>
A stress test is designed to get your heart pumping so doctors can check to make sure it's working the way it should. But, the experience can be different for men and women. KTIV's Kristie VerMulm stepped on the treadmill to find out. More>>
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