Last month, retired high school teacher Darol Straub of Ann Arbor received a new heart device, the 500th device implanted by the University of Michigan Cardiovascular Center.
Because February is Heart Health month, WWJ’s Kathryn Larson is fighting heart disease as she takes us along to the cardiologist’s office for her annual checkup.
In lab tests of 15 top-selling brands of fish oil supplements, Consumer Reports found that five fell a bit short on quality.
According to a report released by the Centers for Disease Control, the highest rates of self–reported coronary heart disease are among older adults aged 65 and over, and American Indians/Alaskan Natives.
Fewer women than men smoke in the United States, but the University of Michigan Cardiovascular Center study suggests smoking is more dangerous for women.
High school athletes along with their parents showed up at Oakland University in Rochester Hills, for a free heart screening hosted by volunteer health professionals.
An investigation by Consumer Reports Health reveals that the practice of healing hearts has become a money-making machine that too often favors profits over science.
Over 20,000 people gathered at Ford Field for the American Heart Association’s annual Heart Walk.
Lakeside Mall is the site for “Healthy Start Macomb” beginning at 8 am on Saturday April 16.
Mutations that are detrimental to the heart when occurring alone restore heart health and lower incidence of heart disease and heart failure when occurring together, a new study by a Wayne State University researcher finds. […]