- Recovered and ready to race, Vickers set for Daytona return Updated: Feb-12-16 5:27 pm
DAYTONA BEACH, Florida - Brian Vickers might have been more easily found on TV this week pitching a blood-thinning drug instead of practicing for the Daytona 500.
- Can people with heart problems still practice hot yoga? Updated: Feb-12-16 3:01 am
MIAMI BEACH, Florida - Studies have long shown the health benefits of yoga, but a Miami cardiologist is conducting a study to determine whether hot yoga improves vascular function and blood flow, especially for patients with hypertension and other vascular issues.
- Vickers to replace Tony Stewart at Daytona Updated: Feb-10-16 10:22 pm
DAYTONA BEACH, Florida - Brian Vickers is expected to replace injured driver Tony Stewart for the NASCAR season opener at Daytona International Speedway, a person familiar with the decision told The Associated Press.
- VA hospitals compare favorably on deaths, readmission rates Updated: Feb-09-16 1:37 pm
CHICAGO - Veterans' hospitals compare pretty favorably with others when it comes to treating older men with three common conditions - heart attacks, heart failure and pneumonia, according to a study on death rates and readmissions.
- Shoes in memory of Miles, a baby with a broken heart Updated: Feb-06-16 11:05 am
LINCOLN, Nebraska - Miles was born with lots of hair, like his big brother.
- Braves' Foltynewicz continues recovery from blood clots Updated: Feb-01-16 4:39 pm
ATLANTA - Braves right-hander Mike Foltynewicz said Monday he hopes to be cleared this week to throw off a mound as he continues his recovery from life-threatening blood clots in his right shoulder.
- Cold contributed to death of woman who was shoveling snow Updated: Jan-27-16 10:10 am
MAHWAH, New Jersey - An autopsy shows a New Jersey woman whose snow-covered body was found by children died of coronary artery disease while apparently shoveling snow during the weekend storm.
- Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe returns home Updated: Jan-23-16 11:06 am
HARARE, Zimbabwe - Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe arrived home from a weeks-long vacation looking sprightly, quashing rumors that he had a heart attack.