Shaquille O'Neal hopes to raise awareness about how common heart disease is among African-American men and women.
The TODAY anchor opened up about the last text he got from his mom — and what he wants people to know about heart health.
Predicting a heart attack before it happens can be difficult and potential heart attack symptoms can be subtle.
It's good news for people who may not have the time or opportunity to get in organized workouts.
The "Clerks" director left the hospital Wednesday, three days after suffering a massive heart attack.
"Clerks" director Kevin Smith is recovering after he suffered a "widowmaker" heart attack in between two stand-up shows in California.
After suffering a sudden heart attack that left him in a temporary coma last year, Bob Harper posted an "extremely private photo" from the life-changing event....
Warn your doctor before taking the medication if you have heart disease
After a heart attack women are more likely to die than men. The main reason: they're not getting the same care.
On June 9, 2011 Collin Kobelja and Taylor Givens received new hearts. Five years later, they connected and began dating. They plan to marry.
Two-year-old Adalynn Grace died from a heart condition in January, but her parents are hoping their grief can help others.
It's been one year since Bob Harper's heart attack. He told us what he wishes people knew about their own heart health, and how his life has changed since....
The episode of "This Is Us" finally explaining how the main character died is bringing new attention to heart health.
When two women realized they needed to do something about their weight, they turned to the Live Longer & Stronger Challenge, shedding 95 pounds combined.
And the outcome can be deadly.
Volunteers were needed to knit or crochet a tiny red cap for a baby, and they responded in record numbers after a TODAY story.
It wasn't exactly a romantic spot to find a mate and the last thing both expected at this stage in their lives.
For older people with heart disease, the best way to get better may be to get moving.
Your body may be showing some subtle signs that you may have an underlying heart problem.
Remember good old breakfast, lunch and dinner? Americans have pretty much thrown that out the window, the American Heart Association says.
Someone in the U.S. has a heart attack every 43 seconds.
You know you should exercise to lower your risk for heart disease, but you're already crunched for time. Which exercise should you choose?
How much exercise does your heart really need to be healthy? Only one in 5 Americans knows, a new survey finds.
Paul Wylie is back on the ice after suffering sudden cardiac arrest in April, a condition that has a survival rate of only 10 percent.