1 Cigarette Per Day Still Raises Heart Disease Risk, Study FindsBritish researchers say that even smoking just one cigarette per day still has a significant impact on a person's risk for developing heart disease or having a stroke.
'Young And Restless' Works With American Heart Association For Important Message To WomenJill (played by Emmy-winner Jess Walton) has a near-fatal heart attack. The story of Jill's heart disease started on Thursday's episode.
Women Wear Red To Raise Awareness About Heart DiseaseHeart disease is the leading killer of women, according to the American Heart Association.
Local Couple First U.S. Patients To Receive Leadless PacemakerAn Orange County couple are the first patients to be implanted with a new, leadless kind of pacemaker that may revolutionize the way heart disease is treated.
Air Quality Advisory In Effect For Santa Clarita ValleyAn Air Quality Advisory was in effect Thursday for the Santa Clarita Valley.
Medical Test Uses Fingers To Predict Heart Disease The number one killer in America is heart disease.
Heart Disease Found In 4,000-Year-Old MummiesHeart disease was found in 4,000-year-old mummies, according to a new study.
Wear Red Friday To Raise Awareness For Heart DiseaseTo kick of American Heart Month, Feb. 1 is National Wear Red Day!
Coroner: Sage Stallone Died From Heart Attack Sage Stallone, son of actor Sly Stallone, died of a heart attack, the LA County Coroner has confirmed.
'WomenHeart' Champions Raise Awareness About Heart DiseaseAlisa Becket and Amanda Daniels recently became "WomenHeart" Champions after graduating from the prestigious annual WomenHeart Science & Leadership Symposium at Mayo Clinic. They stopped by KCAL9 Friday to talk about the importance of heart health.
'End Of Illness' Offers Simple Steps To Live LongerWho has time to get sick? For many of us, including Bethany and Jason Winters, the prospect of illness is a worst case scenario.
Study Finds Aspirin Therapy Not For EveryoneMany adults take one aspirin a day to prevent heart attacks or stroke. But a new study has found that only people at high or moderate risk for those diseases should be taking aspirin.