If you have a heart condition, here’s what you need to know about the COVID-19 vaccines.
7 out of 10 people in Singapore can’t recognise the symptoms of a heart attack when it happens. Can you?
Heart rates can vary from person to person, but what’s considered normal? And when does a heart rate become dangerous?
Heart rate zones let you see how hard you’re exercising and help you achieve your fitness goals.
The keto diet continues to be one of the most popular weight loss diets. But is it heart-friendly and is it sustainable?
Symptoms like shortness of breath, palpitations and fatigue could point towards mitral valve regurgitation. MitraClip can be performed to treat this condition without the need for open-heart surgery.
Many of us love Chinese New Year feasts, but getting carried away with indulgences can increase the risk of digestion issues, and, if made habit, pose other health problems. Here’s a guide to enjoying festive indulgences, as healthily as possible.
High blood pressure and heart diseases are closely interlinked, yet many of us are unaware of this fact. But we should be, as their prevalence is much more common than we think.
Your heart rhythm is usually determined by coordinated electrical activation, but when electrical signals that coordinate that rhythm are not working correctly, your heartbeat can take on an irregular/abnormal pattern.
Heart disease is often considered to be a man’s disease, but it is just as common in women. Just because symptoms in women may be different, it shouldn’t be dismissed.
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