Vitamin-D

Too Little and Too Much Vitamin D

Tags: C-reactive protein, cardiovascular disease, CRP, heart disease, vitamin D

Vitamin D may be associated with like heart disease.

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Heart Health Twitter Quiz: Sex and the Heart Patient

Tags: heart 411, heart health, risk factors, Sex and Heart

Is sex safe for heart patients?

Coronary

What is a heart CT scan?

Tags: cardiac CAT scan, Cardiac CT, coronary CT angiography, CT scan, intravenous contrast, percutaneous heart valve

A cardiac computed tomography also may be called a coronary CT angiography, MSCT, CT, cardiac CT, coronary CTA or cardiac CAT scan.

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Heart Health Twitter Quiz: Women and Heart Attack

Tags: heart 411, heart attack, women and heart

Most women do not have chest pain when they have a heart attack.

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Heart Patients: Pay attention to signs of depression

Tags: heart and depression

Research indicates there is a greater risk of heart disease when a history of depression is involved.

Heart-Patients-and-Depression

Heart Health Twitter Quiz: Depression

Tags: depression, heart 411, heart disease

Twenty to thirty percent of all patients with heart disease develop depression.

Heart-Stop-team

A Heart-Stopping Feat

Tags: heart stop surgery, stopped-heart surgery

The date was February 17, 1956.  Surgeons at Cleveland Clinic were attempting something radical.  They planned to stop the heart of a living, 17-month-old boy. They planned to shunt his blood [...]

snow

Heart Health Twitter Quiz: Snow Shoveling

Tags: heart 411, snow shoveling

If you have coronary heart disease, you should not shovel the driveway.

Organ-donor-TBE

Give a Heart this Donor Day

Tags: Donor Day, organ donation

Here at Cleveland Clinic, today is more than just Valentine’s Day – it’s also National Donor Day.

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Electronic Medical Records

Tags: Electronic Medical Records, EMR, MyChart, patient information

Electronic Medical Records (EMR) put patients’ records at the fingertips of medical professionals who need them so they can give you the best care.