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High blood pressure affects nearly half of adults. Learn more about the many medications and how they work in the body.
Northeast Ohio priest, Father Fred Pausche, was ready to move ahead with surgery to address his back problems. Routine pre-op testing, however, alerted his care team to major heart problems that required immediate intervention.
A recent study found that the risk of heart inflammation in people who have been vaccinated for COVID-19 is extremely low.
A minimally invasive procedure has been shown to significantly reduce the risk of stroke and provides a promising alternative to blood thinners for many patients.
An alarming trend in heart disease has taken hold among younger adults. The incidence of heart attacks in people under age 40 is on the rise.
A minimally invasive procedure called catheter ablation can stabilize the heart and offers an alternative to medication.
After undergoing surgery to replace her faulty aortic valve, 55-year-old Kathleen Black is so impressed and happy with the care she received from her UH heart surgeon, she tattoos his name on her arm.
For years, Anita Nickel was told that compression stockings were the only treatment option for her severe leg pain. Ultimately, she turned to the vascular experts at UH Harrington Heart & Vascular Institute for solutions and relief.