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News TIAs and mini-stroke risks

There are many different factors that may lead to a stroke, but the most typical one is a restriction in the blood supply to a portion of the brain.

Posted on September 29 2023
News | Media How to Spot a Transient Ischemic Attack (TIA)

Ischemic attacks may also occur in the form of transient ischemic attacks (TIAs), commonly known as mini-strokes, since they persist for just a few minutes until blood flow is restored.

Posted on September 28 2023
News A Common Dietary Habit That May Worsen Your Blood Pressure

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), high blood pressure affects almost one in every two individuals in the United States.

Posted on September 27 2023
Blog Ready to Run a Marathon? Ensure Your Heart Is Up for the Challenge!

Written By Ami Beniaminovitz, MD As an avid runner and a cardiologist, I try to closely follow the research on endurance running and its effects on the heart. Recent research has raised alarms about the potential for plaque buildup and scarring in the heart in some long-distance runners. Yet other studies have suggested that when […]

Posted on September 26 2023
Media Knowing the Signs of a Heart Attack

Every forty seconds, someone in the United States suffers from a heart attack.

Posted on September 21 2023
Uncategorized The Common Mistake That Could Be Wreaking Havoc on Your Cholesterol

70% of people who have had a heart attack or stroke did not know that LDL cholesterol is often called "bad cholesterol" because it causes fat to build up in the arteries.

Posted on September 20 2023