Palestinian leaders health scares spark succession talk
Recent health scares raise concerns about Palestinian President Abbas, revive anxiety about potential succession battle
Is breastfeeding good for Mom's heart?
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Everyday noises may cause increased risk of heart disease: Experts
A new study finds loud noises can increase a person's risk of heart disease all. If it's such a quiet city researchers in Germany and Denmark found people often exposed to loud noises like traffic Jack campus concert. That's how familiar have higher rates of heart failure high blood pressure
Everyday noises may cause increased risk of heart disease, experts say
The jackhammer outside the window, the honking horns -- for many of us, loud noise can be a source of stress or a frequent annoyance. Heavy road traffic, loud office conversations, live music concerts, noise from construction sites or even loud telephones can cause generalized discomfort,
White House doctor: Trump in good health, passed cognitive exam
Presidential physician Dr. Ronny Jackson answered reporters' questions at the White House daily press briefing.
Mother of 4 gets life-saving heart transplant after surviving 2 heart attacks
A Texas woman is hoping to raise awareness about heart disease after she survived two near-fatal heart attacks, underwent a heart transplant and lost her mother to a heart attack in a single year. Kristen Patton, 41, suffered her first heart attack with no warning on Christmas Eve 2015. She had
Meet the 87 Year Old Genius Inventor Credited with Saving Millions of Lives
ABC News' Alex Mallin meets Robert Fischell, the author of more than 200 patents ranging from life-saving medical devices to a bowl for keeping cereal crispy.
Study Claims Mammograms Can Help Screen for Heart Disease
We have a big health headline for you now. Heart disease, the leading cause of death among women. Now a new report reveals that mammograms primarily used to screen for breast cancer may also one day help diagnose heart disease. ABC news chief women's health correspondent Dr. Jennifer Ashton is here
CSI Renaissance: Scientists Find Heart Disease in Embalmed Hearts
Heart disease may be a big problem in modern times and one of the top killers in the U.S., but it’s been an issue for centuries, according to new findings from French researchers. Researchers from the National Institute for Preventive Archaeological Research announced yesterday that they found
6 Reasons to Love Spicy Food
Spicy foods are hot, pun intended. According to a report from Technomic, the majority of consumers -- 54 percent -- say that hot or spicy foods are appealing, up from 46 percent in 2009, and the trend is popular across nearly all age ranges. The NPD Group says 56 percent of U.S. households keep hot