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Ignoring chest pain can be fatal. There are some clues to let you know whether the pain is from heartburn or a heart attack, but always err on the side of caution.

Ignoring chest pain can be fatal. There are some clues to let you know whether the pain is from heartburn or a heart attack, but always err on the side of caution.

Good Morning America contributor, Tory Johnson, had battled with her weight all of her life. Finally, she decided to do something to change it. Steal her tips to help you lose weight!

6 Weight Loss Tricks That Work

Good Morning America contributor, Tory Johnson, had battled with her weight all of her life. Finally, she decided to do something to change it. Steal her tips to help you lose weight!

People on blood thinners can't take physical risks, so Brian Vickers had a choice to make.

Brian Vickers Loves to Race – But He Can’t When He’s On His Meds

People on blood thinners can't take physical risks, so Brian Vickers had a choice to make.

How I Lost 70 Pounds In 6 Months In Prison

How I Lost 70 Pounds In 6 Months In Prison

Growing up as a first-generation American on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, I was exposed to poverty and drug use at a young age. As a child, I dodged junkies shooting up heroin in the cramped

Most people infected with hepatitis C don't know it. A leading researcher says we need to find them before it's too late.

Most people infected with hepatitis C don't know it. A leading researcher says we need to find them before it's too late.

Make your heart work too hard and you'll be putting yourself at risk for heart attack, stroke or even death - new from Dr. Arthur Agatston of South Beach Diet.

Top 8 Ways We Overtax Our Hearts

Make your heart work too hard and you'll be putting yourself at risk for heart attack, stroke or even death - new from Dr. Arthur Agatston of South Beach Diet.

Regular activity reduces the risk of an irregular heartbeat by up to 10 percent after menopause, a new study shows.

Older, Obese Women Can Still Protect Their Hearts

Regular activity reduces the risk of an irregular heartbeat by up to 10 percent after menopause, a new study shows.

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