According to a study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, nearly half of American women have a heart age that is five years older… Read More
An important step toward being heart healthy is understanding the risk factors for a range of heart-related diseases. And while some are genetic, many are tied to lifestyle choices like smoking and exercise.
As we approach Atrial Fibrillation Awareness Month, it’s a great time to inform you about some of the risks of this fairly common condition. You may… Read More
According to UVA cardiologist Brandy Patterson, MD, the key to heart attack prevention is knowing your risk factors. “There are five primary causes of heart disease,” she… Read More
Take 5 Minutes and Wise Up to the 5 Signs That Could Save Your Life!
Women are quick to dismiss the signs of a heart attack. The… Read More