Heart Problems

  1. Balancing Act—When You Have Heart Failure and Diabetes

    Between 12 and 30 percent of people with heart failure also have diabetes. This double diagnosis makes it especially important that you manage both conditions. Here’s how.

  2. Diabetes and Heart Disease

    Most of us know that diabetes can lead to severe complications, such as blindness, kidney disease and amputations. But did you know that diabetes also greatly increases the risk of cardiovascular disease?

  3. Diabetes and Heart Disease

    Diabetes affects the cardiovascular system, but many problems aren't apparent until a person has a heart attack or stroke.

  4. Diabetes and High Blood Pressure

    If you have diabetes, you are twice as likely to have high blood pressure. Untreated, high blood pressure can raise your risk for heart disease.

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