Category: Heart Disease

Time to Visit a Cardiologist? Ways to Identify Cardiovascular Disease Symptoms

Time to Visit a Cardiologist? Ways to Identify Cardiovascular Disease Symptoms Time to Visit a Cardiologist? Ways to Identify Cardiovascular Disease Symptoms

Over the last several hundred years, the field of cardiology has made significant developments. The fact that we’ve developed devices that we implant into human hearts to keep them alive is miraculous. We owe all of our medical developments to hundreds of years of research and many brilliant scientists who have worked tirelessly to solve […]

True or False: Debunking Top Myths About Heart Disease

True or False: Debunking Top Myths About Heart Disease True or False: Debunking Top Myths About Heart Disease

Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States. One in every five deaths can be attributed to a condition under the heart disease umbrella. But as prevalent as it is, there is still a lot of misinformation about the disease. We understand that most patients prefer to leave the medicine to […]

Heart Disease Prevention: Why It’s Important and How It’s Working

Heart Disease Prevention: Why It’s Important and How It’s Working Heart Disease Prevention: Why It's Important and How It's Working

Some fascinating research has come to light recently, which shows that heart disease prevention tactics are highly effective in preventing or delaying heart-related conditions. Overall the researchers found that the participants’ life expectancy increased by up to 10 years, and the risk of developing heart disease decreased in both men and women.  Heart disease prevention […]

Fighting the Rise in Heart Disease Deaths During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Fighting the Rise in Heart Disease Deaths During the COVID-19 Pandemic Fighting the Rise in Heart Disease Deaths During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Research shows that there was an increase in deaths due to heart disease in the early months of the pandemic. With all of the deaths that have occurred over the last year due to the Coronavirus, it’s easy to overlook the increased rate of deaths from conditions unrelated to this overwhelming pandemic. Researchers have some […]

The Basics of the Diagnosis and Treatment of Heart Disease

The Basics of the Diagnosis and Treatment of Heart Disease The Basics of the Diagnosis and Treatment of Heart Disease

Heart disease, also known as Cardiovascular disease, is an umbrella term to describe any heart condition that includes diseases of the blood vessels, electrical problems with the heart, and defects in the structure of the heart. These diseases range from conditions related to an unhealthy lifestyle to issues patients are born with. Because of the […]

Are You Susceptible To One Of These Four Types Of Heart Disease?

Are You Susceptible To One Of These Four Types Of Heart Disease? Are You Susceptible To One Of These Four Types Of Heart Disease?

What comes to mind when you hear the phrase heart disease? It sounds like a rather vague, but definitely bad condition. The reality is, heart disease is an umbrella category that spans several other conditions. We all know that the role of the heart is to circulate oxygenated blood through your body enabling other organs […]

4 Reasons You May Need To See A Cardiologist

4 Reasons You May Need To See A Cardiologist 4 Reasons You May Need To See A Cardiologist

If any of our patients were to mention the top three reasons They come to see the cardiologist, loving to go to the doctor probably wouldn’t be on the list. We know that most people don’t enjoy regular doctor visits, but we want our patients to be invested enough in their own physical health to […]

6 Things You Need to Do Right Now to Prevent Heart Disease

6 Things You Need to Do Right Now to Prevent Heart Disease 6 Things You Need to Do Right Now to Prevent Heart Disease

By now we’re all aware that there are a lot of genetic factors that predispose some people to heart disease. Unfortunately, there’s nothing we can do about our genetics. Often family history, gender, and even our ethnicity can put us at more risk. But, potential risk and actual heart disease are very different things. Even […]