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Dr. Helen H. Hu. OMD, L.Ac San Diego has studied Traditional Chinese Medicine since the age of 12. She has been a Cardiologist and Practitioner of integrated medicine for 9 years.
Annual health check-ups have become quite a norm these days, and many companies and health insurance companies usually offer them to their employees or insurees.
Chrissy Gaffney , 48 Co-founder and president/treasurer of Youth Heart Watch of Central Massachusetts Lives in: Worcester Family: Husband, Steve; sons Danny, 16, and Sean, 14; and daughter Erin, 13 Chrissy Gaffney was born with a hole in her heart, but nobody knew it until she was 12. One day while running in sixth-grade gym class she had trouble ... (more)
Boy recovering after odyssey of illnesses CINCINNATI - 4-year-old Liam Sprague survives cancer and a stroke to get a heart transplant.
A new piece of medical imaging equipment promises to improve Barton Memorial Hospital's ability to screen people for heart disease, the United States' leading cause of death.
Thirteen years ago, cardiologists began testing a radical new treatment in people: infusing a mix of bone marrow cells, collected from a patient, into his or her heart.
Tom Wauldron checks a cardiac catheterization monitor at DMC's Heart Hospital. DMC chief administrator Conrad Mallett Jr said, 'We have worked very diligently to create an identity for ourselves, and the Heart Hospital is a continuation of the drive for differentiation.'
A Halifax cardiologist is speaking up for Atlantic Blood Collection, a private clinic that collected blood work through home visits and private clinics that was shut down by Capital Health earlier this year.
Dabigatran is one of the three newer oral anticoagulants recently approved in the United States for stroke prevention in non-valvular atrial fibrillation patients.
Cardiologists at the Cedars-Sinai Heart Institute have developed a minimally invasive gene transplant procedure that changes unspecialized heart cells into "biological pacemaker" cells that keep the heart steadily beating.
A doctor is suing a New York City strip club he says was in on a scheme to drug him and charge $135,000 to his credit card.
Niacin , a B vitamin that our bodies use to convert carbohydrates into energy, has been used to increase high-density lipoprotein , also known as "good" cholesterol, for upward of 50 years.
Today, cardiologists at the Cedars-Sinai Heart Institute in Los Angeles announced a discovery that's been 12 years in the making-one that eventually could do away with the need for electronic pacemakers, which help the heart keep a beat.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 07:13 am
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