Heart disease causes the deaths of millions of Americans each year. These are some of the risk factors women in particular should be mindful of.
Mavacamten is a brand new drug can treat heart patients with a genetic condition that thickens the heart muscle. Bipul Baibhav, MD, explains how it works.
Sarcoidosis, a relatively rare autoimmune disease, affects approximately 150,000 Americans. Elizabeth Lee, MD, discusses the disease and its effects.
Mary White couldn’t walk to the bathroom without getting winded. After a surgery at Rochester General Hospital, she is playing with her grandchildren again.
Coronary artery disease is the most common type of heart disease in the U.S. There are several risk factors to be aware of; Abdallah Bitar, MD, discusses them.
Eighty percent of cardiac and stroke events can be prevented. Our experts share some of the ways you can take charge of your health.
The ways we live our lives each day affect how well our heart continues to function. Gaurav Sharma, MD, talks about small habits that can make a big change.
Monitoring your heart health is a great way to detect signs of heart disease and help prevent it. In the digital age, there are a variety of apps that can help you do so from home.
September marks Peripheral Arterial Disease Month. Ryan Lydon, MD, explains the disease and how to treat it.
For patients who need lung operations, robotic surgery is a viable option. Two experienced surgeons explain the process and its many benefits.
For some cancer patients, radiation and/or chemotherapy treatments can add to the risk of heart conditions. Learn how our specialized cardio-oncology teams treat common issues.
Heart failure can seem sudden, as if it came out of nowhere. But the truth is it is often preventable. Uzma Iqbal, MD, discusses some choices you can make each day to keep it from happening.
Heart disease is the most common cause of death in America but it can be prevented with simple lifestyle changes. Follow these five steps to help reduce your risk of heart disease.
Who treats heart failure? Can I prevent it? Are there different types of heart failure? Dr. Elizabeth Lee of Rochester Regional Health answers common questions.
The HCMA has recognized Rochester Regional Health as a Center for Excellence for our hypertrophic cardiomyopathy program.
Taking care of our bodies and minds is important at every age. During Men’s Health Month, we break down the recommended health screenings for men across all age groups.
Over the course of a few months, Rob Pinson went from relatively healthy to undergoing cancer treatment. The staff at the Lipson Cancer Institute were there for him every step of the way.
Strokes are among the top 3 causes of death for women in the United States. If you know the risks, you have a better chance at reducing or preventing your risk of stroke.