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Can you die of a broken heart?

Can you die of a broken heart? Read about the connections between death, romance and broken hearts at HowStuffWorks.

This Man Carried His 'Heart' in a Backpack for Over a Year

Stan Larkin lived with his 'heart' in a backpack for more than a year. Learn how he did it from HowStuffWorks Now.

What's aortic valve disease?

Aortic valve disease is when the aortic valve between the left ventricle and the aorta malfunctions. Could you have aortic valve disease? Find out here.

Can I Feed My Dog Cat Food in a Pinch?

If you run out of your dog's food, can you just feed him your cat's food? And what about your cat? Is it OK to give him dog food?

What is congestive heart failure?

What is congestive heart failure? Learn more about congestive heart failure from Discovery Health.

Ragdoll Cats Are the Floppiest, Friendliest Felines Around

HowStuffWorks gets to know the ragdoll cat, best known for getting floppy in the arms of its owner.

Sphynx Cats Are Surprisingly Sweet and Cuddly

Sphynx cats may look like mangled bags of brains. HowStuffWorks talks to people who love them to find out why these cats are the friendliest felines.

10 Fallen Stars and Their Toxicology Reports

Fallen stars are tragic, but what their toxicology reports say are shocking. Here are 10 fallen stars and their toxicology reports.

5 Red Wine Nutrition Facts

Are you looking for information on red wine nutrition facts? Check out this article and learn about 5 red wine nutrition facts.

Should your fitness regimen change as you get older?

Fitness for older individuals is important part of health. Take a look at how your exercise regime should change to acomodate fitness for older people.

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