A recent study confirmed that WHEN you eat is important for heart health. Read more »
Your heart is, as we all know, a critical muscle and it gets stronger and healthier if you lead an active life. No matter how old you are, it’s never too late to start exercising. Just taking a brief stroll can make an enormous difference when it comes to your heart health. Read more »
According to the American Heart Association, heart attacks, strokes, and other cardiovascular diseases kill nearly three-quarters of a million Americans each year. They are also the primary cause of death, accounting for almost 30% of all deaths in the United States. However, according to a new study from the Annals of Internal Medicine, half of these deaths may be preventable. Read more »
Chest pain and shortness of breath have long been well-known signs of a heart attack. According to the National Coalition for Women with Heart Disease, these symptoms are based on men’s experiences. Read more »
According to a new study, women who have suffered post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) are at greater risk of heart attacks than those who have never experienced such trauma. Read more »
Dr. Steven Shayani has once again been chosen as a 2015 “Top Doctor” by Castle Connolly in the health issue of New York Magazine.
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A recent landmark report from Denmark sheds important light on the risks and benefits of running. Accurately analyzing running habits is difficult because there are many variables that must be considered such as the runner’s pace, the difficulty of the terrain, as well as the intensity and frequency of jogging.
by Richard H. Smith, MD