Category: Cardiology

The Roth family

May 19, 2022

Preeclampsia Makes You More Likely to Have Heart Disease and Diabet...

If you’ve had preeclampsia, it’s imperative you closely monitor your cardiovascular health.

Cardiology, Health, Maternal Health

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older man clutching his chest

January 6, 2020

A Less Invasive Approach to Chest Pain

A cardiologist explains why medications are just as effective as surgery in many cases.

Cardiology, Heart Health

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An illustration of hearts.

August 8, 2019

Identifying Gender and Racial Disparities in Heart Attack Care

UNC researchers are spreading the word about these disparities and starting a conversation about how to change them.

Cardiology, Health, Heart Health, Research

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mid-shot of man sitting on exam table

May 22, 2019

What Is Amyloidosis?

This rare disease shares its symptoms with many other conditions, which makes it hard to diagnose.

Cardiology, Oncology

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graphic of heart with fluid around it

April 8, 2019

Understanding Pericardial Effusion

This condition of fluid around the heart can mimic the symptoms of a heart attack or heart failure.

Cardiology, Heart Health

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February 13, 2019

Changing the Conversation about Cholesterol

Cardiologist explains the American Heart Association’s updated cholesterol guidelines.

Cardiology, Heart Health

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image of heart with heart beat pulsing

February 5, 2019

You’ve Been Diagnosed with Atrial Fibrillation. Now What?

Learn how to manage your AFib symptoms to avoid trips to the emergency room.

Cardiology, Heart Health

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January 22, 2018

Four Ways Cardiac Rehab Improves Your Life if You Have Heart Disease

Participating in cardiac rehab is associated with a 50 percent drop in death rates.

Cardiology, Heart Health

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