Posts Tagged USF Health Cardiology

Make Time for Walking
October 9, 2019

It’s a great season to be outdoors, go out for a walk, enjoy Florida’s expansive blue skies and natural wonder, all while getting some regular exercise. According to the American […]

Kids and High Cholesterol
September 18, 2019

Encourage your children to be active and make heart healthy choices. Childhood obesity is on the rise, and with it comes, higher cholesterol levels and diabetes. Typically kids with high […]

All About Statins
September 18, 2019

There are so many medical terms to understand surrounding managing cholesterol, now let’s add statins. Statins are a class of drugs commonly prescribed by cardiologists to lower cholesterol in the […]

Cholesterol Confusion
September 18, 2019

Change can cause confusion, especially with how many factors relate to cholesterol management and plaque buildup. Medical innovation and clinical trials are helping to fuel adjustments to cholesterol management in […]

USF Health’s Neuro Cardiac Program targets the Heart-Brain Connection
August 13, 2019

We are only beginning to understand the dramatic impact the heart and brain have on each other. Every day, our heart pumps blood through the blood vessels of our circulatory […]

Caring For Your Heart through Cancer
February 22, 2019

Dr. Michael Fradley, a USF Health Cardio-Oncologist and cancer survivor, has dedicated his life’s work to mitigating the impact cancer treatment can have on the hearts of patients. As a […]

Affairs of the Heart: Gender Matters
February 8, 2019

In the battle of the sexes regarding heart health–women verses men–does one gender have an advantage over the other? Women tend to live longer than men. Does this imply women […]