Heart & Vascular
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After three different doctors told Daniel Boynton his leg needed to be amputated, he traveled to Cleveland for a limb- and life-saving procedure.
Fay Porter, 94, is grateful to her care team at UH for the successful repair of a heart defect that helped her get back to enjoying an active life.
The prevalence of both disorders is on the rise, likely due to increases in obesity and cardiovascular disease.
The heart and kidneys share a special, life-sustaining connection, so that what’s good or bad for one is generally good or bad for the other.
Substitutes for table salt have been around for decades. But are they a healthy alternative to the real thing?
Do your fingers and toes change color or become painful when exposed to the cold? You could have a common vascular condition known as Raynaud’s syndrome.
Learn how a medically supervised cardiac rehab program after a heart attack or heart surgery can significantly lower your risk of another cardiac event and improve your quality of life.
A woman’s risk for cardiovascular disease – including heart attack and stroke – increases significantly after menopause.