Blog Articles

What’s Causing Your Shortness of Breath?

A range of conditions can affect your heart, all of which can cause troubling symptoms like shortness of breath. Visiting a heart specialist can provide answers about your worrisome symptoms.

Sep 11th, 2019
What Every Woman Should Know About Heart Disease

Both women and men are at risk for heart disease, but understanding the risk factors unique to women can empower you to take the right steps to protect your heart health and live longer and healthier.

Aug 9th, 2019
The Dangers of Poor Blood Circulation

Could that tingling and numbness be a warning sign of poor blood circulation? If you think you’re battling circulation issues, seek professional help -- your symptoms may indicate a more serious condition.

Jul 1st, 2019
What Can I Do About My Varicose Veins?

Varicose veins can appear anywhere but most commonly affect your legs. These veins are not only unsightly — they can cause leg pain and fatigue and may cause other complications. Find out what treatments are available.

Jun 1st, 2019
The Link Between Stress and Hypertension

Many people tout that they work better under stress. Whether you thrive on stress or loathe it, you should know that it comes at a price. Chronic stress not only impacts your mental well-being; it threatens your heart health.

May 2nd, 2019
How Pregnancy Affects Your Heart

Pregnancy places extreme demands on the mother’s body. Your heart must handle a dramatic increase in the amount of blood it pumps, so all parts of your circulatory system face additional strain even if you have no existing heart issues.

Dec 18th, 2018
Is Your Chest Pain a Heart Attack or Something Else?

When you think of chest pain, a heart attack is often the first thing that comes to mind. While you should never ignore chest pain, it isn’t always an indicator that you’re having a heart attack. Learn when you should worry.

Nov 30th, 2018
How to Deal with the Evil Spider Veins

Most of us think that varicose veins are women’s problem. But this is not true. Though varicose veins and spider veins are more common in the women, both men and women can develop this condition.

Aug 7th, 2018