Congestive heart failure (CHF) may be reversible in some cases. Learn about this disease, its symptoms, and how it’s treated in this article from DispatchHealth.
The burden of excessive thirst is one that many with chronic heart failure deal with daily. Fortunately, there are ways that you can quench this thirst safely.
People suffering from congestive heart failure are at higher risk of becoming dehydrated. Why is this? Get the explanation in this article from DispatchHealth.
Stress can negatively impact your health and can be dangerous for those with CHF. Learning how to manage your condition and respond to stress starts here.
What makes congestive heart failure (CHF) and the flu a dangerous combo? How can you manage your symptoms with both? The answers lie ahead.
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