Coronary Artery Disease: Prevention & Management

By |March 24th, 2015|cardiac services, cardiologist|

How To Prevent Coronary Artery Disease For those of you who are concerned with coronary artery disease, this article is for you. You must be well aware of the ill effects this disease can have on a person’s health (which is why you are searching for ways to prevent it). Problems like blood pressure, obesity [...]

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Traits Of A Good Cardiologist

By |February 4th, 2015|cardiologist|

Not All Cardiologists Are Created Equal Your heart is a vital and essential part of your body. And if something goes wrong with it, however minor the problem may be, you will have to go to a professional. Even if you experience a little chest pain, it is recommended that you get yourself checked. Your [...]

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Know Heart Attack Symptoms

By |August 4th, 2014|cardiologist|

Pola is 53, extremely fit, engages in a 30-40 minute cardio workout daily, and predominant eats vegetarian except for fish. Her cholesterol is perfect and she is at her ideal weight. Which is why when she started experiencing an annoying ache in her collarbone, shoulder and arms, she initially attributed it to over exercising with [...]

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The Benefits of Walking

By |July 14th, 2014|cardiologist|

Walking Rocks Patsy Cline went out walking after midnight to ease her aching heart. Although it might not have had the outcome Patsy hoped for, in actual fact walking at any time of day can be the best heart medicine of all. Walking really is the perfect exercise. Physical inactivity is a risk factor in many diseases, including coronary heart disease, particularly when combined with overeating and other unhealthy lifestyle choices. If you are strongly motivated to make good health a priority, yet have a lifetime pattern of not exercising regularly, walking is a good place to start changing those patterns. Walking is easy and almost anyone can do it. Once you have a walking program established, you can start to increase your physical activity. Regular exercise is important to overall heart health, and even modest levels of physical activity can prevent heart disease. A recent study conducted among a group of people with no history of heart disease found that walking an hour a day increased the ability of major heart arteries to expand and contract by almost 50 percent. Other studies have shown that even 30 minutes a day, done regularly, promotes cardiovascular fitness. […]

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Run or Walk Your Way to a Healthy Heart

By |March 14th, 2014|cardiologist|

Running For Life by Brenda Morales  Running is not only good for your soul; it is also good for your heart and overall health. Scientific evidence proves that regular exercise, particularly running, approximately 30 minutes at least five times a week has health benefits that extend well beyond any medication a doctor could prescribe. Studies [...]