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
Go Red For Women: Raising Heart Health Awareness This MonthAs you may know, people are going red for women during the month of February. The American Heart Association is raising awareness for heart disease. And here at WCCO we are a proud sponsor. Here to talk to us today about heart health is Mayo Clinic's Dr. LaPrincess Brewer. (3:37) WCCO This Morning – Feb. 16, 2018
North Branch Woman Survives 2 Heart Disorders, Gets TransplantHeather Peterson is now 33 and reflecting on how she survived two genetic disorders that cause heart failure, Angela Davis reports (2:22). WCCO 4 News at 5 - Feb. 15, 2018
How Can You Lower Your Blood Pressure?February is heart awareness month, and it's estimated that nearly 50 percent of Americans now have high blood pressure, John Lauritsen reports (2:26). WCCO 4 News At 10 – Feb. 12, 2018
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
Heart-Healthy Recipes For Going Red This FebruaryAs part of the "Go Red for Women" movement, chef and author Robin Asbell shares some health-conscious recipes (2:55). WCCO This Morning - February 2, 2018
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
Obesity In Youth Up Tenfold Since 1977A study found 124 million obese children and teenagers around the world last year. An additional 213 million were overweight but did not classify as obese, Kim Johnson reports (0:20). WCCO This Morning - October 9, 2017
Want A Healthy Heart? Don't Skip BreakfastCardiologist Elizabeth Klodas joins us to dive deeper on heart health (). WCCO 4 News At 10 – Oct. 7, 2017
Is Sitting Slowly Killing You?Researchers at Columbia University found sitting for long periods of time can be just as dangerous as the total time you spend sitting all day, Kim Johnson reports (0:43). WCCO This Morning - September 12, 2017
Drinking More Coffee Lowers Risk Of Death, Study SaysResearchers found that people who drank at least four cups of coffee a day had a 64 percent lower chance of dying from disease than subjects who never had a single cup, Jason DeRusha reports (1:24). WCCO This Morning - August 29, 2017
What Women Need To Know About Heart DiseaseHeart disease is the No. 1 killer of women, but a new survey shows many women and their doctors don't talk about heart health at all, Chris Martinez reports (1:51). WCCO 4 News At Noon – June 23, 2017
Why Women Need To Talk Heart Health With DoctorsThe Women's Heart Alliance says 80 percent of heart disease and stroke is preventable, Chris Martinez reports (1:50). WCCO This Morning - June 23, 2017
Why Are People Still Smoking?Nearly a billion people around the world continue to smoke tobacco on a daily basis (2:21). WCCO Mid-Morning - April 6, 2017
Interview: Dr. Elizabeth Grey From Minneapolis Heart InstituteDr. Elizabeth Grey talks to Liz Collin about a certain type of heart attack striking a growing number of women in their late 30s and early 40s (3:00). WCCO 4 News At 10 – Feb. 11, 2017
MOA Hosts 'Go Red' Women's Health ExpoThe Mall of America is going red for women on Saturday, reports Rachel Slavik (4:53). WCCO Saturday Morning – February 11, 2017
National Go Red DayFeb. 3 is National Go Red Day. Started by the American Heart Association, the day was created to promote heart health in women, Danielle Nottingham reports (2:50). WCCO This Morning – Feb. 3, 2017
AHA Study Says Eating Earlier Can Keep Heart HealthyWe all know what we eat can affect our heart health. But now a new report finds when we eat could also play an important role, Brook Silva-Braga reports (1:36). WCCO 4 News At 5 – Jan. 30, 2017
Is 'Broken Heart Syndrome' Real?Debbie Reynolds' death is raising awareness about a health phenomenon, reports Angela Davis (0:53). WCCO 4 News At 5 – December 29, 2016
Rod Carew Undergoes Heart, Kidney TransplantsA Minnesota Twins legend is recovering after two major surgeries, reports Amelia Santaniello (0:29). WCCO 4 News At 5 – December 15, 2016
Research Finds Omega 3 May Help Heart Attack Patients HealThe study looked at 360 patients for the six months following their heart attack, Dr. Mallicka Marshall reports (1:35). WCCO 4 News At 5 – August 1, 2016
‘Play For Patrick’ Aims To Raise Awareness Of Heart HealthPatrick Schoonover of Eagan died during a hockey game in 2014 from sudden cardiac arrest, Nina Moini reports (2:45). WCCO 4 News At 5 – May 27, 2016

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