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Doc wants nuclear stress test Anthony L...Ask Dr. K Posted: 10/06/2013 12:11:16 AM PDT Updated: 10/06/2013 12:11:16 AM PDT Dear Dr. K: I had a heart attack last year...Dear Reader: Nuclear stress tests are similar to exercise stress tests.
Dr. Harvey Hecht As the Associate Director of Cardiovascular Imaging at Mount Sinai, Dr. Harvey Hecht specializes in identifying patients who are at risk of having heart attacks. Many of us associate calcium with bone health and drinking plenty of
Manny Villafana, its Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, has been invited to deliver a keynote address at the Aegis Capital Corp. Healthcare Conference on Thursday, September 26, 2013 at 8:00 p.m., Pacific Time, at The Encore at Wynn Las Vegas. Mr.
Princeton Baptist is one of a select group of about 200 hospitals nationwide where there's testing for a stent, which unclogs coronary arteries, then is absorbed into the body. Doctors are calling the dissolvable stent a scaffold because of its
Tracia Davis spent three days in the hospital this spring after suddenly collapsing in the hallway of her Euless apartment. After a battery of tests, doctors released the 37-year-old mother, uncertain what had caused her to lose consciousness. Two
I felt it would be good to provide a business update to all of our shareholders via a press release so that everyone can understand the activities underway at Kips Bay Medical. First of all, we continue to have successful implants throughout the
The study is being released early online to coincide with its presentation at the European Society of Cardiology Congress 2013. Guidelines recommend blood pressure reduction in patients with hypertension with a treatment goal of 140 mm Hg for
Male pattern baldness is linked to an increased risk of coronary heart disease, but only if it`s on the top/crown of the head, a new study has revealed. A receding hairline is not linked to an increased risk, the analysis indicates. The researchers
EDT Source Newsroom: Newswise Bethesda, Md. (Aug. 20, 2013)Obesity continues to plague the U.S. and now extends to much of the rest of the world. One probable reason for this growing health problem is more people worldwide eating the so-called
It's no secret that a diet high in fat and sugar can lead to extra fat around the waistline. But it's what the diet will do to a specific type of fat around the heart that caught the attention of a group of Creighton researchers...Agrawal, Ph.D. ,