Kate Bilo talks with Dr. Paul Mather about Jefferson Hospital’s 6th Annual Heart Health Day.
The bus, which is outfitted with comfortable seats and décor, will have experienced heart health professionals on board to provide blood pressure and Body Mass Index Tests and educate women about heart disease.
Syncope is the short term and abrupt loss of consciousness with complete return to normal. It’s not uncommon but could be the sign of a serious health issue.
There is a growing concern over the health effects of energy drinks, especially on the heart.
The problem with atrial fibrillation is that an irregular heartbeat can lead to a situation where clots can damage the brain and result in stroke.
I am often asked about common sense steps to help us eat the healthiest diets. Here are my ‘common sense’ tips.
Despite numerous studies stating the contrary, there are still many women who think it is next to impossible for them to suffer a heart attack.
Risk factors for heart disease include high cholesterol and family history but cigarette smoking is the major lifestyle intervention that can damage the heart.
Researchers have found that sufficient sleep is linked to more than a 20% reduction in cardiovascular disease and almost a 50% reduction in fatal cardiovascular disease.
Heart disease kills more women than all the cancers together. Sadly, most women, and a surprisingly big number of doctors, don’t know this.
Researchers suggest the amount of caffeine in just two cups of coffee can cut down the body’s ability to increase blood flow to the heart during exercise.
Researchers say that walking can lower your risk of heart-related conditions just as much as running.
Doctors say there’s a non-invasion test that can predict your risk for a heart attack.
in a study from France, they have shown that some grape juice seems to have the same protective effect against heart disease as red wine.
It was an unusual sight at Upper Dublin High School on Sunday, as hundreds of student athletes showed up for EKGs.