Much of my career has been dedicated to understanding why people with diabetes develop heart disease and, when they develop heart disease, why their outcomes aren’t as good as for people without diabetes.
75 percent of your health is determined by things you can modify through healthy behavior. Walking can help. Here’s my story.
Imagine driving through a tunnel. On Monday, you encounter a pile of rubble. There is a narrow gap, big enough to drive through. On Tuesday, you’re driving through the tunnel and find
Grocery shopping, preparing meals, and packing lunches is part of the weekly routine for many of us. My advice: Head back to the dinner table and take five to plan four of
We have a family tradition each year. On a September morning, we join with thousands of other people to support the fight against the No. 1 and No. 4 killers in the United States – heart disease and stroke.
You already know that exercising for 30 minutes a day is good for your heart health, but it’s time for a heart-to-heart about what you’re doing with the other 23 1/2 hours of your day.
I’m Dr. Steven Marso, and I’m thrilled to be a part of such an exciting time at UT Southwestern. I joined the team in June 2014 as Director of Interventional Cardiology and Professor of Medicine.
Many studies have shown that alcohol, consumed in moderation, can be beneficial to your health – and that includes your heart.
Patients who come to the clinic for cardiac evaluation may require certain tests to evaluate their heart. Here are the five exams your cardiologist most often orders,
Summertime is traditionally one of the best times to enjoy salads. Seasonal fruits and vegetables are readily available and at peak flavor, and keeping your kitchen cool is easier when there’s no need to turn on the oven.