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Heart disease affects an estimated 62 million Americans, more than any other illness. Find in-depth information here about heart disease, its symptoms, treatments, and prevention. Plus, get nutritional tips and lifestyle support on our message boards.
High cholesterol affects 42 million Americans, and 63 million more have borderline high cholesterol. Here you'll find in-depth articles about high cholesterol, low-cholesterol diets, cholesterol-lowering drugs, and other promising treatments.
Get information on dieting and nutrition, diet plans, recipes, fad diets, nutrition facts, and supplements, and find weight-loss tips.
Get information on what exercises and fitness techniques you need to stay healthy and work out right.
Get the information on men's health issues that you need to stay strong and fit, avoid stress, and maintain a healthy sex life.
Get information on senior living, exercise for seniors, staying active, and enjoying this time of life.
Get the information on women's health issues that you need to avoid stress and stay active and vibrant.
Go Red for women is the American Heart Association's national call for women to take charge of their heart health and live stronger, longer lives.
High blood pressure affects I in 4 American adults. Find in-depth articles here on high blood pressure, it's causes, symptoms, and treatments, including the renowned DASH diet. Plus, get daily support for lifestyle changes on our message boards.
Smoking is one of the most addictive habits, yet nearly half of Americans who once smoked eventually quit. To help you quit smoking, you'll find in-depth information here on successful smoking cessation techniques, nicotine patches, and other products.
Sleep apnea occurs when your breathing is disrupted during sleep. Men, overweight people, and people over 40 are at greater risk for sleep apnea. Untreated sleep apnea can cause hypertension, stroke, or heart failure.