One Heart Stories
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.
As an African-American doctor, Curtiss Moore is a rarity. What led him to cardiology, and how can other young black men and women follow a career in medicine?
Can a good night’s sleep lower heart disease risk? Dr. Hill explains why sleep deprivation hurts the heart.
Melon is a tasty, refreshing treat for summer. But it’s also great for weight management and heart health. Dietitian Susan Rodder explains.
Parents want to protect their kids, even if it means keeping them out of sports. Dr. Levine explains why pre-sports ECG testing may do more harm than good.
When blood vessels are under pressure from hypertension, the risk for heart disease increases. Dr. Hill shares tips to control the pressure — and the risk.
Diabetes affects more than just blood sugar — it also endangers the heart. Dr. Hill shares how to reduce the risk by controlling diabetes.
Regular exercise is important to heart health. Dr. Levine discusses what’s involved in the “best” heart-healthy exercise routine.