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Heart & Vascular

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An active senior practices Tai Chi in a park

The Benefits of Tai Chi for Heart Health

A recent study found that tai chi is equally or more effective than aerobic exercise for lowering blood pressure.

A middle-aged woman sits up on an exam table for a check-up with a nurse facing her

Should You Worry About Mini-Strokes?

While the immediate effects of a mini-stroke aren’t worrisome, they can be an important warning sign.

A female doctor checking the lungs of a male patient with a stethoscope

Hazardous Substances Raise Risk of Interstitial Lung Diseases

The large group of diseases can cause progressive scarring of lung tissue and rob a person’s ability to get enough oxygen.

A woman talking to her doctor in a medical clinic

Can Ozempic Treat Other Common Diseases Too?

Growing research suggests that Ozempic and similar medications may help treat heart disease, sleep apnea, kidney disease, polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), substance use disorder and other conditions, but there is still much to be learned.

Aletah Whitman outdoors by a fountain

ECPR Proves Lifesaving for 52-Year-Old Cardiac Arrest Survivor

Swift mobilization of the extracorporeal cardiopulmonary resuscitation (ECPR) team at University Hospitals saved the life of a cardiac arrest patient.

Korey Loughry smiles outdoors

“Arrested” Four Times

A fifty-one-year-old patient writes a book to thank the interventional cardiologist and team who saved his life at UH Portage Medical Center.

Rosie Miklavcic, RN, MPH outside on a wintry day

An Oasis for Patients with FMD

UH Harrington Heart & Vascular draws patients from around the country for its expertise on fibromuscular dysplasia (FMD), a rare vascular condition.

Stuart Smith on Mount Greylock, the highest point in Massachusetts

HCM Patient Returns to Hiking the Appalachian Trail

Just a few months after open-heart surgery, Stuart O. Smith, Jr., has his stamina and strength back – and is living his life to the fullest, doing the activities he loves.

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