Latest Heart Health Shows

Aortic Disease Program at U of U Health

Jul 28, 2017

The Aortic Disease Program at University of Utah Cardiovascular Center is a specialized clinic that specifically treats diseases of the aorta. Dr. Jason Glotzbach and Dr. Claire Griffin, specialists from the center, talk about why such a specialized clinic is important and the advantages it can give...

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Seven Questions for a Cardiologist

Jun 14, 2017

On this episode of Seven Questions for a Specialist, cardiologist Dr. John Ryan answers what he thinks is the best—and worst—thing you can do for your heart, why he chose to specialize in cardiology and what advancements he's most excited about in the field of cardiology....

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Signs of Heart Recovery

Apr 25, 2017

For most people, a diagnosis of advanced heart failure signals an inevitable decline with no chance for recovery. However, a few years ago, doctors found a small yet signiLicant proportion of these patients can bounce back if their heart is given a chance to rest with help from a left ventricular ...

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Treating CTEPH Without an Organ Transplant

Apr 19, 2017

Chronic thromboembolic pulmonary hypertension (CTEPH) is a serious lung condition that can arise after an individual suffers a pulmonary embolism. The condition can lead to a buildup of tissue in the lungs that often leads to high blood pressure, heart strain and eventual heart failure. Luckily for ...

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Health Minute: 4 Simple Tips to Lower High Blood Pressure

Mar 1, 2017

High blood pressure can lead to serious health problems in the heart, kidneys and even brain. It’s important to get those numbers down before these conditions arise. On this Health Minute, Dr. Tom Miller shares four things you can start doing today and see lower numbers within the next 60 days....

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Vitamin-Sized, Leadless Pacemaker Transforms Use of Device

Sep 14, 2016

For the past 50 years, pacemakers have hardly changed, but a new device has the potential to change how pacemakers work. The device is the size of a large vitamin and is implanted via catheter rather than surgery. No need for a skin pocket or wires, and no visible signs the patient even has a ...

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Study Suggests Link Between Migraine and Cardiovascular Disease in Women

Jul 14, 2016

Migraine headaches are common, with 15-20% of women suffering from them. Cardiovascular disease is also common in women. A new study from the British Journal of Medicine suggests there is a connection between the two conditions. Dr. Kirtly Parker Jones takes a hard look at the study, the numbers and...

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