One Heart Stories
Hepatitis C is a manageable diagnosis and living a healthy life can slow the advances.
Altitude training gives elite runners and swimmers a competitive edge, but the “live high, train low” lifestyle may benefit anyone’s heart.
Can we do more to prevent sudden cardiac death in student-athletes through ECGs? We examine this controversial question.
The debate continues – is sodium harmless or bad for us? Hypertension specialist Dr. Vongpatanasin says the answer is clear, but it isn’t one size fits all.
Women with endometriosis often suffer painful, heavy periods. But new research shows the condition also may increase heart disease risk. Dr. Sanghavi explains.
As medical journals and websites debate who should take statins and the severity of their side effects, Dr. Hill says not to forget that they save lives.
Davy came to us with two medical devices implanted in his heart. With his life on the line, we gave him two more to save him.
NSAIDS like ibuprofen help manage pain and inflammation. But are they safe for the heart? Dr. Reimold weighs the risks and benefits.
Automated external defibrillators (AEDs) are available in many public places in Texas. Dr. Wu shares how they can save lives in an emergency.
Mammograms to detect heart disease? Dr. Sanghavi explains why she’s excited about how mammography could “fill the gap” in women’s heart care.