Monday, December 5, 2011

About Heart Health Center: December Heart Attacks Are The Most Deadly

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From Richard N. Fogoros, M.D., your Guide to Heart Health Center
This week: Why heart attacks are deadliest in December, and how you can avoid adding to the statistics. Also: Preventing stroke with atrial fibrillation.

December Heart Attacks Are The Most Deadly
It has now been demonstrated by several clinical studies that people who have heart attacks in the month of December - really, from Thanksgiving through New Years Day - have... Read more

Preventing Stroke In Atrial Fibrillation
The most common, and the most feared, complication of atrial fibrillation is stroke.  So if you have atrial fibrillation, you will need to work with your doctor to decide on... Read more

Calcium Channel Blockers Used In Cardiovascular Disease
The calcium channel blockers are commonly used to treat a variety of cardiovascular conditions. This article summarizes the commonly-used calcium blockers, and provides links for more specific information on each one.... Read more

Heart surgery, congenital problems, and, more
Articles and links about less common heart problems - congenital heart disease, pericardial disease, dysautonomia, and more - as well as heart tests.


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