Results for "Heart Health"
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Blood Thinners: What You Need To Know
Millions of Americans take blood thinners every day to keep their blood flowing smoothly and prevent dangerous blood clots from forming within their bodies....
Mar 11
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Treating Visible Leg Veins
As temperatures start to rise across the country, people will trade in their pants, sweaters, and boots for shorts, tank tops, and flip-flops. But for...
Mar 09
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Can Cold Weather Cause Heart Attacks?
“Baby, it’s cold outside,” and that could increase your risk of a heart attack. Surprised by this fact? “For approximately every 20-degree decrease in...
Feb 18
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Diagnosis And Treatment Of Congenital Heart Defects
For expectant parents, your first ultrasound is your initial glimpse at your baby. However, for your medical team, it’s their first view at your baby’s...
Jan 21
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Are You At Risk Of Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) Or Blood Clots?
Serena Williams may be at the top of her game, but in 2017, she was taken down by a fierce enemy when she was treated for a pulmonary embolism (PE) shortly...
Nov 14
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New Technology Helps Patients With Heart Disease
Technology is advancing quickly, and one of the biggest benefactors to that rapid change is health care. In fact, new imaging technology is allowing cardiologists...
Nov 12
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5 Fantastic Tips To A Healthy Heart
Taking care of your heart should be a top priority for everyone. Considering heart disease is the number 1 killer of women, it should be on the forefront...
Aug 07
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When Blood Vessels Have Problems: A Look At PAD
The human vascular system—also called the circulatory system—carries blood and delivers nutrients and oxygen to all parts of the body. With the heart as...
Aug 05
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What Is The DASH Diet And Is It Right For Me?
Hypertension, or high blood pressure, is a serious problem that can lead to major health concerns if it is left unchecked. Fortunately, there are many...
Jul 31 4
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Heart Disease And Women: A By-The-Numbers Look
Heart disease is the number 1 killer of women, but only 56% of all women know how serious heart disease is. While the medical community has made strides...
Jul 30