February is American Heart Month, an opportunity for all people to focus on their heart health. With education and healthy lifestyle changes, the risk of cardiovascular disease can be reduced. Here are answers to four timely heart health questions.
- February 03, 2023Source: NBC Connecticut
Men and women are encouraged to wear red to raise awareness about cardiovascular disease and help save lives.
- February 02, 2023Source: Yale Medicine
We answered some of the most common hypertension questions.
- January 13, 2023Source: NBC Connecticut
Dr. Erica Spatz discusses sudden cardiac death.
- January 04, 2023Source: Wall Street Journal
After Damar Hamlin of the Buffalo Bills collapsed Monday night following a hit during a National Football League game against the Cincinnati Bengals, his team said the 24-year-old safety had suffered a cardiac arrest.
- November 29, 2022Source: News Medical
An editorial published in The American Journal of Cardiology describes the ethical implications of eating animal-based foods and measures to promote healthier diets.
- November 09, 2022Source: MSN
Joyce Oen-Hsiao, MD, and other experts share what to know about America's leading killer and hidden symptoms to be aware of.
- October 31, 2022
Oyere Onuma, MD, MSc, has been appointed as the director of the Global Cardiovascular Health Program at the Massachusetts General Hospital Cardiology Division.
- September 22, 2022Source: Healio
Mortality from coronary artery disease has fallen in the U.S. However, research suggests there are significant sex differences in risk factors associated with acute MI.
- September 21, 2022Source: American Society on Aging
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, nearly one in five people infected with COVID suffer from symptoms that persist beyond four weeks.