Heart Disease

Top 12 Must Know Super Foods that Help Prevent Heart Disease

Some foods significantly increase the risks of coronary heart disease upon consumption, while others protect against it. For individuals who are resistant to change, the thought of altering their dietary habits, which is necessary to avoid the development of cardiovascular disease, is at times perceived as a restriction incompatible with a high quality of life. […]

  • Posted on: Oct 15 2015
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Dr Urman In Wall Street Journal About Value of Second Opinions

Dr. Mark Urman is quoted in the Wall Street Journal regarding the importance of obtaining medical second opinions to help patients make sure they are getting the best medical care possible.  Dr. Urman is the first to encourage patients to get a second opinion if they have any doubt about his recommendations. Patients should not […]

  • Posted on: Aug 25 2015
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Three Signs of Cardiovascular Disease to Watch Out For

Cardiovascular disease is a generic term that refers to medical conditions associated with the heart, such as heart failure, artery disease, angina, congenital cardiac defects, cardiac irregularities and arrhythmias. Being aware of the signs of cardiovascular disease is key to preserving your cardiac health. When you are well-informed about the signs of cardiovascular diseases, you […]


Men and Women Have Different Hearts

The differences between males and females are evident when it comes to basic anatomy and the way we process emotions. However, there are differences between men and women’s hearts that need to be considered. In fact, more women die of heart disease annually than men, and there isn’t enough research and awareness to stop it. […]

  • Posted on: Feb 4 2015
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Dr Urman: 5 Steps Can Slash Heart Attack Risk 80 Percent

Dr. Mark Urman, preventive cardiologist at Cedars-Sinai Heart Institute, is quoted in Men’s Journal about a recent study that shows that middle-aged and older men were much less likely to have heart attacks over an average of 11 years if they drank moderately, didn’t smoke and did everything right on the diet, exercise and weight […]

  • Posted on: Nov 18 2014
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Women and Heart Disease

Cardiovascular disease, known colloquially as heart disease, has long been known as one of the leading causes of death in the United States.  Coronary artery disease, heart attacks, heart failure, and more all fall under the umbrella of heart disease, affecting both men and women alike. In the past, however, the risk for cardiovascular disease […]

  • Posted on: Jun 17 2013
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