Susan Koeppen

Is your body trying to tell you something? The Doctors reveal subtle signs that, if unnoticed, could cost you your life. Plus, one disease is afflicting 65 million Americans, and most people don't know they have it. Find out if it’s affecting you.

Susan Koeppen had been diagnosed with mitral valve prolapse, which is common in women, in 2004 during a routine physical. However, Susan developed mitral valve regurgitation, a condition when the heart pumps blood the wrong way and flows into the lungs.

Susan Koeppen, a mother of three and a television news anchor in Pittsburgh, went for a run with some friends one Sunday morning. After two miles, she started having difficulty breathing and collapsed. When her friend caught up to her, she was...

After she recovered from the cardiac arrest, Susan Koeppen had surgery to repair her heart valve so it would no longer pump blood in the wrong direction.

Is your body trying to tell you something? The Doctors reveal subtle signs that, if unnoticed, could cost you your life. Plus, one disease is afflicting 65 million Americans, and most people don't know they have it. Find out if it’s affecting you.

When Susan Koeppen was running one morning, her heart’s electrical system malfunctioned, causing sudden cardiac arrest. Dr. Travis explains the difference between a heart attack and cardiac arrest.

Live fast, die young, party all night – rock and roll’s infamous lifestyle is in the spotlight. Learn how to stay safe while you have fun! Plus, the daughter of shock rocker Alice Cooper shares stories from life on the road.

The United States government is fighting a major battle against counterfeit drugs masquerading as prescription medications for heart conditions, cancer, erectile dysfunction and more. How is this happening? Susan Koeppen, consumer correspondent for the...