The human heart is a surprisingly fragile organ. Unrequited love can break it, but a new crush can make it skip a beat. Some people have a heart of stone, and others wear it on their sleeve. There is no cure for these ailments, but modern medicine is working to treat other heart problems, such as arrhythmia and cardiomyopathy. Doctors have been fighting diseases of the heart for years, and Magdalena Clinic for Cardiovascular Diseases in Krapinske Toplice, Croatia, is one of the contenders in the battle. The first private clinic in Croatia for cardiological and vascular diseases opened its doors nearly 20 years ago to offer patients top-of-the-line care – a topic that the clinic views as a matter of the heart.