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‘I’m not on it tonight’: Bernie Sanders insists he’s not ‘on’ medical marijuana at Democratic debate
Sen. Bernie Sanders joked that he wasn't "on" marijuana when asked at the fourth Democratic debate about his health following his recent heart attack.
Sanders said he intends to release his medical records "as soon as we can," with "all of the information that's available."
Bernie Sanders says he’ll ‘change the nature’ of his campaign ‘a bit’ after appointment with his cardiologist
Sen. Bernie Sanders said he will cut back on the number of campaign events he does on a daily basis one week after suffering a heart attack.
Bernie Sanders had an emergency procedure to insert stents. The tube-like devices can help prevent heart attacks.
Stents are thin tubes used to prop open a blocked artery, relieving chest pain and reducing the risk of heart attack.
A simple ‘polypill’ taken every day can cut the risk of heart attack in half, but some doctors are still hesitant to recommend it
New research shows the pill can benefit heart health, especially when taken regularly. Some health experts oppose the one-size-fits all solution.
The man's wife was carried out of her flat on a stretcher not long after he fell, witness says.
There’s even more evidence that vitamin D supplements are probably a waste of your money, especially if you’re taking them to protect your...
The recent analysis of 21 studies found that people who were taking vitamin D supplements didn't have a decreased risk for heart disease or death.
Carnival slammed with a lawsuit claiming the cruise line refused to let an elderly man off the ship after he suffered a heart attack. He later died.
If Carnival had let the 65-year-old off the ship, his family says, he could have survived. Instead, he sat for 21 hours in the ships infirmary.
A Dominican Republic official said an American woman probably died ‘from the shock’ of seeing her fiancé dead. Here’s how that&...
A death at a Dominican Republic resort was attributed to shock, which is a real, though rarely fatal, condition also dubbed "broken heart syndrome."
More middle-aged adults in the US are dying of heart disease after decades of lower risks: ‘Obesity is the new smoking’
Middle-aged Americans are more likely to die of heart disease now than they were in 2011, the Wall Street Journal reports.