Have High Blood Pressure? MUST WATCH!

Hi I’m Dr. Joe from the Southside Health and Wellness Campus. Thanks for joining me today. We’re going to be talking about an important topic and a very big health concern for a lot of people which is blood pressure. I talk to a lot of my patients each and every day who come in with you know a lot […]

Heart Attack Symptoms : Heart Attack Response: Take Aspirin

Everybody has heard that aspirin will help a person that’s having a heart attack, and that is true. Statistics show that aspirin decreases the mortality rate in heart attack victims. Aspirin has anti-platelet or anti-clotting effects on your heart; however, remember this, you should not take aspirin if you’re allergic to it. If you’re sensitive because of ulcers or stomach […]

Heart Attack Symptoms : Heart Disease Factors

Who gets heart attacks? And, in general you would think an elderly, overweight male who smokes, that suffers a heart attack, and collapses and dies. But, in actuality, any man, especially over the age of 40, any woman over the age of 50, and even younger and healthier people can suffer heart attacks. In general people who are sedentary, overweight, […]

Heart Attack Symptoms- Dr. Mirza Ahmed

bjbj DeKalb Medical – HVI 11/19/12 Title tag: Dr. Mirza Ahmed of DeKalb Medical s Heart and Vascular Institute in metro Atlanta discusses the importance of seeking emergency help for heart attack symptoms Description – Dr. Mirza Ahmed Door to Balloon Time Every second counts when you re having a heart attack. DeKalb Medical s Heart and Vascular Institute in […]

ACE Inhibitors for Hypertension

Abnormal the cagey what is an abnormal ekg an electrocardiogram ekg measures your heart’s electrical activity this noninvasive test can measure many aspects from how fast the heartbeats to how well it’s chambers conduct electrical energy and abnormal ekg can mean many things sometimes an ekg abnormality is a normal variation of a heart’s rhythm which does not affect your […]

Transcending Heart Disease: Transcendental Meditation Improves Heart Health

I’m Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum. I’m the Director of Women’s Heart Health at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City. For many years I’ve been spokesperson for Go Red For Women through the American Heart Association, speaking to people across the country about risk factors for heart disease. And throughout this time I was able to address the major risk factors: […]