Are Daily Eggs Actually Bad For You?
The research shows people who eat three or four eggs a week have a higher risk of both heart disease and early death compared with those who eat fewer eggs (3:03). WCCO Mid-Morning - March 20, 2019

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Woman, 98, Works Out At Gym For Those With Heart Disease RiskThree times a week. you'll find Loretta Jensen working out at a gym for people who have a high risk of heart disease, Angela Davis reports (2:43). WCCO 4 News at 5 - March 22, 2018
A Preview Of This Year's Red Dress CollectionThis year will be the 6th anniversary of a special runway show and cocktail party that benefits the American Heart Association. Designer Thom Navarro shares his inspiration (3:21). WCCO This Morning - February 27, 2018
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Heart Disease Survivor Talks Signs & Symptoms To Look Out ForNew research shows women may be more likely than men to experience lesser-known heart attack symptoms in addition to chest pain. February is National Heart Month, and today we have a guest with us who knows all too well what it's like to experience heart problems. (3:30) WCCO Mid-Morning – Feb. 20, 2018
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MOA Turns Red For Heart HealthThe Go Red Health Expo took over the Mall of America today, Liz Collin reports (0:51). WCCO 4 News At 6 – Feb. 10, 2018
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Study Recommends Chocolate For BreakfastThat study said chocolate helps with cognitive performance. Another study from Tel Aviv University also says eating dessert for breakfast supports weight loss, and cuts cravings, Jason DeRusha reports (0:52). WCCO This Morning - November 17, 2017
American Heart Association Changes Guidelines For High Blood PressureThe change means nearly half the U.S. population is living with hypertension, Chris Martinez reports (2:13). WCCO 4 News At 5 – November 13, 2017
WCCO’s Frank Vascellaro Gets To The Heart Of The MatterDoctors say 70 percent of heart disease is indicated by genetics and our family history, Frank Vascellaro reports (4:44). WCCO 4 News At 10 – Oct. 30, 2017
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