UTSW Chief of Cardiology Joseph Hill, M.D., Ph.D., breaks down coffee’s potentially heart-healthy, immunoprotective properties. (There is, of course, a caveat.)
A new clinical trial aims to figure out which aspirin dosage is most effective and safest for patients with heart disease.
Doctors aren’t immune to letting life get in the way of staying physically active. Dr. Levine discusses how he works exercise into his daily routine.
Sleep apnea can raise the risk for heart disease. A new surgical implant may reduce that risk and treat sleep apnea without CPAP masks and hoses.
Heart attack symptoms in women can be subtle. But less severe symptoms don’t mean a less severe heart attack.
NFL players maintain elite strength-training routines. Dr. Joshi explains why their workouts may put them at risk for heart problems after retirement.
Take a look at how we celebrated 28 Days of Heart Health this February and use these videos, articles, and recipes to keep your heart healthy all year long.
Clinical research allows physicians and scientists to discover new solutions to major health problems, such as obesity, heart disease, and diabetes.
Knowing how to use an automated external defibrillator, or AED, might save the life of someone having a heart attack.
With minimally invasive heart valve surgery, surgeons don’t “crack open the chest,” instead going between the ribs through a 2-inch incision.