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Patients now have the options of left atrial appendage closure and hybrid ablation surgery to correct atrial fibrillation.
The hospital at Mayo Clinic Health System in Mankato was recognized on U.S. News & World Report's "Best Hospitals" rankings.
High temperatures and humidity can cause serious health consequences for people with high blood pressure and heart disease.
February can be a happy time with loved ones. It also may be so emotionally stressful that it feels like your heart is breaking. Learn more about broken heart syndrome.
Knowing and understanding key heart numbers can help determine your risk for developing heart disease or stroke. Learn the numbers you need to know.
Gregg's life has been full of heart-pounding moments, including a big shock when he learned that not only did he have a rare disease, but that he would need a heart transplant.
It's easy to get caught up in the stress and chaos that accompany the holiday season. Can the stress impact your heart health or contribute to a heart attack? Two cardiologists weigh in.
When football coach Brad Wendland collapsed on the sidelines, Mayo Clinic Health System staff jumped into action. Learn how their quick response saved his life.
Some people may not know they have atrial fibrillation, while others have life-altering symptoms. New advanced treatment options help keep the heart in normal rhythm and reduce the risk of stroke.
Dan O'Bryan didn't think his mild symptoms were anything to worry about. The Mayo Clinic team remotely monitoring his heart saw something different and urgent.
Love can make your heart feel all aflutter. But if you're feeling weakness, shortness of breath or chest discomfort, it may be atrial fibrillation. Learn more about this treatable condition.
Julie Janzen's uneventful pregnancy took a dramatic turn at 39 weeks when she was diagnosed with a life-threatening aortic dissection. Her care team quickly convened to develop a plan to save Julie and her baby.
Like coronary arteries, peripheral arteries can become diseased, causing pain or numbness in your feet, calves, thighs or buttocks. Learn more about this condition.
High temperatures and humidity can cause serious health consequences for people with high blood pressure and heart disease. Learn warning signs that your body isn't keeping up with the heat.
When you focus on heart health, you're not only benefitting your heart, you're improving other areas of your life. Get tips to keep your heart as healthy as it can be.