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Did Debbie Reynolds Die of a Broken Heart?

Did Debbie Reynolds Die of a Broken Heart?

Her daughter Carrie Fisher died a day earlier. Here's what science says about "broken heart syndrome"
Did Debbie Reynolds Die of a Broken Heart?

Did Debbie Reynolds Die of a Broken Heart?

Carrie Fisher with her mother, Debbie Reynolds, in 2010. By all accounts the two were very close in recent years.
St. Jude Releases Cyber Updates For Heart Devices After U.S. Probe

St. Jude Releases Cyber Updates For Heart Devices After U.S. Probe

Update comes five months after probe into claims heart devices were vulnerable.
St. Jude Releases Cyber Updates For Heart Devices After U.S. Probe

St. Jude Releases Cyber Updates For Heart Devices After U.S. Probe

Update comes five months after probe into claims heart devices were vulnerable.
What Science Says About Snacking and Breakfast

What Science Says About Snacking and Breakfast

You still have to pay attention to what you eat if you want to avoid heart disease, but researchers say that when you eat is just as important
Why Olive Oil Is So Good for the Heart

Why Olive Oil Is So Good for the Heart

All cholesterol is not equal. It comes in healthy and unhealthy forms, and doctors have long advised people to cut back on the bad cholesterol, LDL, found in red meats and fried foods. The good kind,
Why Olive Oil Is So Good for the Heart

Why Olive Oil Is So Good for the Heart

All cholesterol is not equal. It comes in healthy and unhealthy forms, and doctors have long advised people to cut back on the bad cholesterol, LDL, found in red meats and fried foods. The good kind,

Shooting Percentages? Device Tracks Players’ Heart Rates

By showing energy levels, biometric data can help coaches decide who needs a rest or more work.
LaMarcus Aldridge Is Out Indefinitely Because of Irregular Heartbeat

LaMarcus Aldridge Is Out Indefinitely Because of Irregular Heartbeat

San Antonio Spurs forward LaMarcus Aldridge shooting over the Houston Rockets’ Ryan Anderson on Monday.

Take a Number: Cardiovascular Deaths Linked to Poor Dietary Choices

More than 400,000 such deaths in the United States in 2015 were linked to unhealthy eating, a new analysis has found. Many could have been prevented.

Take a Number: Cardiovascular Deaths Linked to Poor Dietary Choices

More than 400,000 such deaths in the United States in 2015 were linked to unhealthy eating, a new analysis has found. Many could have been prevented.

Take a Number: Cardiovascular Deaths Linked to Poor Dietary Choices

More than 400,000 such deaths in the United States in 2015 were linked to unhealthy eating, a new analysis has found. Many could have been prevented.
Cholesterol-Slashing Drug Can Protect High-Risk Heart Patients, Study Finds

Cholesterol-Slashing Drug Can Protect High-Risk Heart Patients, Study Finds

Robert Johnson 51, with his twin 6-year-old daughters, Brooke, left, and Bobbi on vacation in Florida. Mr. Johnson feared dying young of a heart attack like his father. “I always felt there was a