By: Vaibhav Kumar Aggarwal | Sep 7, 2013 In these times of crisis, health takes a hit. We are more sensitive to stress, eat less and spend less time in the gym, according to 1 Cardiology University. These emit ten tips for adults to preserve his heart.
By: Debbie Golightly | Sep 5, 2013 There is a several reason why heart surgery will be done. And with this comes the different surgeries that should be done depending on what type of problem is existing. For instance, TLR or transmyocardial laser revascularization is done to treat chest pain. This is actually the last surgery that can be done and this is usually done if the rest of the surgery is not working.
By: Vaibhav Kumar Aggarwal | Aug 20, 2013 Pacemaker is a deputy, who takes over when the heart is not the pace. In the future, the chest-mounted unit may be offset by the injection of stem cells. A pacemaker is needed, if the heart's own electrical impulses are not enough to keep your heart rate above.
By: Alicia H. Macri | Jul 10, 2013 Too much of something can work in reverse, and this applies to health principles such as exercising for the benefits to your heart. It's very important to remember that over-exercising, especially with cardio or aerobic exercises, can be detrimental not just to this very important organ, but also to your overall health.
By: Carmen Gardner | Jun 13, 2013 Heart failure is often caused by an unhealthy lifestyle. The prescription for preventing heart failure includes improving your overall health and quality of life. Although some risk factors cannot be changed, like your age, family history or sex, making the following changes can significantly lower your risk of developing heart failure and other types of cardiovascular disease.
By: Joy Cutler | Apr 16, 2013 This article discusses some of the diagnostic tools used by physicians to diagnose a patient with high cholesterol levels. In addition, the most common treatments are discussed, including dietary and exercise modification as well as pharmacological treatments such as statins.
By: Joy Cutler | Mar 28, 2013 This article discusses the use of CAM (complementary and alternative medicine) therapies in the treatment of cardiovascular disease. Patients and physicians alike should strive to communicate clearly with each other about any CAM therapies being used by the patient and their potential interaction with conventional therapies.