Cardiology Articles & Stories

High-Red-Meat Diet Raises Mortality Risk

High-Red-Meat Diet Raises Mortality Risk

Americans who consume large amounts of red and processed meats face a greater likelihood of death by cancer or heart disease, a recent study found.     The research was published in the Archives of Internal Medicine , and is the largest study of its kind, with over a half-mil... Read More


High Fructose Corn Syrup Is An Ingredient for Hypertension

High Fructose Corn Syrup Is An Ingredient for Hypertension

Individuals who consume a diet high in corn syrup increase their risk of developing high blood pressure, according to findings published in a paper presented at the American Society of Nephrology's Annual Meeting. The findings suggest that cutting back on processed foods and beverages that con... Read More


Salt - The Next Food Villain

Salt - The Next Food Villain

Saturated fat, sugar, tobacco... and now salt. The medical field has now put sodium chloride, our most popular condiment, in its sights. Read More


Mend a Broken Heart

Mend a Broken Heart

Mend a Broken Heart Dr. Arlen Fleisher is a leading heart surgeon in Westchester County, New York. Seven years ago he founded a remarkable organization "The Mend a Broken Heart Foundation (MBHF). MBHF is a voluntary organization dedicated to saving the lives of children form around the world ... Read More


Expert Commentary: Melinda Ring, M.D. 12/9/2009

Expert Commentary: Melinda Ring, M.D. 12/9/2009

The story on how Biofeedback allows Raynaud's Disease sufferers to control their symptoms is only the tip of the iceberg. Imagine one of the millions of Americans who struggles with high blood pressure instantly gaining control of an episode that could compromise his health, simply by using th... Read More


Heart Failure Alarmingly High Among Under-50 African Ameicans

Heart Failure Alarmingly High Among Under-50 African Ameicans

Heart disease in America, once thought to be the exclusive province of the elderly, is occurring more and more among younger age groups - and overwhelmingly among African Americans, according to a recent study that was the first large-scale effort to reveal the extent of the race gap in heart ... Read More


Expert Commentary: Yan Katsnelson, M.D. 11/25/2009

Expert Commentary: Yan Katsnelson, M.D. 11/25/2009

The study in the New England Journal of Medicine describes the alarmingly high incidence of heart disease in young African-American men. The article goes further implying that these figures are so high that the population is being underserved. Read More


Expert Commentary: Frank Saltiel, M.D. 11/19/2009

Expert Commentary: Frank Saltiel, M.D. 11/19/2009

The concept of gene therapy to treat heart muscle damage after a heart attack is extremely promising and exciting. These early studies hold out the hope that we can one day restore function to weakened heart tissue. The healing process after a heart attack is of course quite complicated and ... Read More


Expert Commentary: Robert Kritzler MD 11/06/09

Expert Commentary: Robert Kritzler MD 11/06/09

Diabetes mellitus affects close to 21 million Americans, both children and adults, representing over 7 percent of the US population (source: American Diabetes Association 2009). Unfortunately, close to one-third of these individuals are unaware that they have the disease. They may be in a pre-... Read More


Saliva Test May Someday Replace Diabetes Blood Test

Saliva Test May Someday Replace Diabetes Blood Test

There are 65 proteins that can be found at levels twice as great in the saliva of diabetics as in that of healthy people, a recent study found.     The scientists from Oregon and India who performed the investigation speculated that their work may provide the basis for develop... Read More


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