Cardiology Articles & Stories

High Blood Pressure Raises Risk of Cognitive Impairment

High Blood Pressure Raises Risk of Cognitive Impairment

Approximately 50 million people in the U.S. suffer from hypertension, and what is most concerning is that nearly 15 million people are undiagnosed. The latest issue of Archives of Neurology has revealed that high blood pressure is associated with an increased risk of mild cognitive impairment... Read More


Worried Sick? There Might Be Some Truth There

Worried Sick? There Might Be Some Truth There

A recent report by health provider BUPA has found that people's worries are damaging their health by causing sleepless nights, loss of sex drive, and erratic eating habits. The 2007 Worry Report demonstrates that almost one in five people constantly worry about numerous things, and more than ... Read More


Birth Control Pill May Raise Risk of Heart Disease

Birth Control Pill May Raise Risk of Heart Disease

A recent study from Ghent University in Belgium suggests that oral contraceptives - notably high estrogen ones sold decades ago - might increase the chances of having artery buildups that can raise the risk of heart disease. Researchers claim that women who have used oral contraceptives are m... Read More


Diagnosis and Treatment Guidelines For Stable COPD

Diagnosis and Treatment Guidelines For Stable COPD

The American College of Physicians has released an updated clinical practice guideline for the diagnosis and treatment of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). COPD is a collection of slowly progressing lung diseases more commonly found in smokers. Over 5% of adults in the US have COP... Read More


Yogurt Consumption Linked to Healthier Body Weights for Women

Yogurt Consumption Linked to Healthier Body Weights for Women

Research conducted by The General Mills Bell Institute of Health and Nutrition finds that women who eat yogurt frequently are less likely to be overweight and more likely to meet the recommended daily intake of important nutrients, like calcium and vitamin D. The fourteen day study followed t... Read More


What Is The Impact of Smoking on Vascular Disease?

What Is The Impact of Smoking on Vascular Disease?

Smoking is one of the very strong risk factors for developing vascular disease. We have seen very young people who smoke develop vascular disease. Normally as our arteries become blocked, it is a part of aging. Most of the patients with vascular disease are in the 60's, 70s and beyond. But on... Read More


What is Peripheral Arterial Disease?

What is Peripheral Arterial Disease?

Dr. Sattesh Babu of Vascular Associates of Westchester discusses Peripheral Arterial Disease, who is at risk, why it is important to be screened and current treatments. Pad is essentially a blockage of the arteries in the lower extremities. That is what we mean by peripheral arteries -- ... Read More


What is Carotid Stenosis?

What is Carotid Stenosis?

Dr. Sateesh Babu of Vascular Associates of Westchester discusses "What is Carotid Stenosis?", the treatments, who should be screened and future developments, such as new stenting techniques. Read More


Air Pollution Can Lead to Appearance of Blood Clots

Air Pollution Can Lead to Appearance of Blood Clots

A recent study on Air pollution reported in the Journal of Clinical Investigation may explain how small particles in air pollution might trigger blood clots and cause heart attacks and strokes. While there is a known link between particulate air pollution and elevated risk of cardiovascular e... Read More


Reducing Stress Lowers Risk of Cardiovascular Problems

Reducing Stress Lowers Risk of Cardiovascular Problems

A Review in The Lancet reveals the importance of healthy lifestyle choices to reduce stressors related to cardiovascular risk factors. Researchers from John Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore examined records between 1990 to 2006. They observed how stress affects the sympathetic nervous system, im... Read More


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