The Doctors share the alarming findings of a study which found suffering a heart attack while pregnant has increased by a shocking 25 percent.
The Doctors and cardiologist Dr. Jacqueline Eubany share how drugs can severely damage the heart and possibly cost you your life.
The Doctors share a simple way for people to measure their belly fat, which can help determine if you are possibly at a high risk for heart disease or other health issues related to belly fat.
ER physician Dr. Travis Stork takes "the string test." He demonstrates this simple and inexpensive way to assess your risk of heart disease by checking your amount of visceral belly fat.
New research suggests that erectile dysfunction medication can lower rates of heart failure.
Heart transplants are getting a major upgrade due to a new device from Indiana University Health, which can double the amount of time the organ stays viable.
Cardiologist and CBS News Medical Contributor Dr. Tara Narula shares tips on how to ease your stress levels and lower your risk of cardiac issues.
ER physician Dr. Travis stork explains how heart disease progresses over time and the lifestyle choices that can prevent a heart attack from occurring.
A first-time mom recounts her harrowing experience of being diagnosed with a life-threatening heart condition that was triggered by her pregnancy. Plus, cardiologist Dr. John Kennedy reveals whether it is safe for her to have more children.
Peripartum cardiomyopathy (PPCM) is a rare, life-threatening disorder characterized by an enlargement and weakening of the heart during or shortly after pregnancy.