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Heart Health

Stress and your heart

Learn more about stress induced heart attacks and the effects of stress on heart health. Find information and advice on when to take a heart stress test and how to manage your stress effectively.

Tiring easily may warn of future heart trouble

Researchers found people with higher cardiovascular risk scores were more likely to report they tired faster. The association was stronger among people who were obese and had high blood pressure.

Depression may make heart disease worse

A Canadian study found that heart disease patients with depression were more likely to die and more likely to have a heart attack than people without depression.

Is work breaking your heart?

Most people spend about eight hours a day at work, if not more. Make sure that work doesn't break your heart by answering these simple questions.

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