Articles for Tag: "cardiology"

How long will you live? Look to your parents  Featured
How long will you live? Look to your parents
Did your parents live past 70? If so, it might bode well for your longevity.
Are you at risk for a silent heart attack? 
Are you at risk for a silent heart attack?
New research indicates women may need to pay special attention to heart health indicators as their symptoms may be much less obvious than men’s.
For those looking to prevent dementia, this activity may be the key 
For those looking to prevent dementia, this activity may be the key
Looking at data over 20 years, researchers reveal an interesting link between this stress reliever and a lower incidence of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.
Ask a Doc: Should everyone over 40 be on cholesterol meds? 
Ask a Doc: Should everyone over 40 be on cholesterol meds?
A cardiologist weighs in on the latest recommendations for statins use from the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force.
Changing the lives of Latin American teenagers forever 
Changing the lives of Latin American teenagers forever
Alejandra and Christian had never traveled outside of El Salvador until they received the chance of a lifetime this month.
How to heal a broken heart 
How to heal a broken heart
If you’ve had a heart attack your risk of a second event in the first 5 years is almost 60 percent. That’s where cardiac rehabilitation comes in.
New report shows ‘silent killer’ putting millions at risk 
New report shows ‘silent killer’ putting millions at risk
Nearly 5 million U.S. adults are not taking this medication properly, according to ‘troubling’ data from the CDC.