There's been a lot of attention paid to the association of depression to heart disease. Many wonder whether depression can put a person more at risk for heart disease.
Matt Breen asked, "What is your interpretation of the study?" More>>
"Dr. Artang, Cathy asked, 'I have mitral valve prolapse and still drink caffeinated beverages. My heart races at times. Does this put me at risk for a heart attack?'" More>>
Can coronary artery disease start as early as a person's teenage years? More>>
During an earlier broadcast of "Heart Health", Dr. Ramin Artang of Mercy Cardiology addressed a question about medications, and whether you could take them all at once in the morning. We received several questions about Artang's advice. More>>
What should you do if you think you're having a heart attack? Calling 911 is the first, most important step. More>>
For years, the medical community has had two primary blood thinners to prescribe to patients. There are several new options on the market. More>>
Radiation is something that we all want to avoid. But, it's something that's necessary in some medical tests. More>>
From medications, to man's best friend, viewers have a lot of questions about the health of their hearts. More>>
Heart disease can affect anyone even though we usually associate it with older adults. But, young people are at risk, as well. More>>
You hear the expression of the "widowmaker" heart attack. What is the widowmaker? More>>
Surgery on your heart can range from simple, to sophisticated. More>>
Heart burn, or heart attack? Sometimes it can be hard to tell. More>>
"Sleep apnea" is a disorder that can not only cost you a good night's sleep, it can also cost you your health. More>>
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