Latest Heart Health Shows

What is Amyloidosis?

May 8, 2015

Dr. Jose Nativi is a cardiologist and director of the amyloidosis program at University of Utah Health Care and Huntsman Cancer Institute. He explains what amyloidosis is and why it’s so tricky to diagnose and treat. He gives great information and explanations about this disease and its different ...

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What’s Causing My Kid’s Chest Pain?

Apr 21, 2015

Can children suffer from heart attacks? What does severe chest pain in kids mean? Dr. Collin Cowley is a pediatrician and cardiologist. He talks with Dr. Tom Miller about what commonly causes chest pains in kids and teenagers and when you should think about taking your child to the doctor....

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Heart Disease Kills More Women Than Men

Feb 26, 2015

Heart disease is the No. 1 killer of women, causing more deaths in women than all cancers combined. Heart disease used to be a men’s issue, but in the last few decades, women have caught up and surpassed men in deaths from heart disease. Dr. Kirtly Parker Jones talks about the reasons women suffer...

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Health Care Insider: Heart Failure is a Big Problem with Few Answers

Feb 11, 2015

Heart failure is one of the most mysterious, yet most common health issues facing Americans today. Dr. Dean Li talks to veteran cardiologist Eugene Braunwald about the heart failure epidemic in the United States and around the world. Dr. Braunwald provides thoughts on causes, risk factors and ...

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Three Keys to Healthy Aging

Oct 15, 2014

As the body ages, one health problem, such as cardiovascular disease, can trigger many other health issues. Dr. Kyle Bradford Jones goes over the most common health hurdles the elderly face and the three best ways to prevent them....

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A Healthy Heart Requires Less Exercise Than You Might Think

Sep 20, 2014

Dr. John Ryan talks about how exercise and diet can really make a difference preventing heart disease and how much exercise you really need (good news, it's not as much as you might think.)...

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Simple Measures to Prevent the Many Forms of Vascular Disease

Sep 16, 2014

Although surgery is sometimes inevitable, there are things you can do now to postpone the progression of vascular disease. Vascular Surgeon Dr. Benjamin Brooke describes the symptoms and major risk factors that contribute to the disease. He provides an in-depth discussion of your arteries, veins and...

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