Protecting Your Heart On Super Bowl Sunday

Will watching the Super Bowl cause a heart attack? Contrary to sensationalized stories in the media, probably not. Super Bowl Sunday, however, is associated with overindulgenc (MORE)

Do Angry Tweets Cause Heart Attacks?

So often media outlets are quick to release health related information with eye-catching titles such as the article in Mother Jones entitled, "Are You at Risk for a Heart (MORE)

Holiday Heart Syndrome Is Real

Overindulging in food and alcohol often sends seemingly healthy adults to the emergency room with racing hearts rates and palpitations. Doctors call this spike in people exper (MORE)

Childhood Obesity: Heart And Liver Disease In Fast Forward

Nearly ten percent of American children have chronic liver disease caused by inappropriate storage of fat in the liver. Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) speeds the dev (MORE)