Are people who are pregnant or on hormonal medicines at a greater risk for getting blood clots if they contract COVID-19? Find out the answer from a vascular medicine specialist.
An expert explains how patients with obesity face a higher risk of severe illness or mortality from COVID-19.
Medical experts have reported unusual blood clots in people with COVID-19. Learn why that’s concerning, how to treat them and whether they can be prevented.
Scars on the inside after surgery are known as abdominal adhesions. And they’re common. Find out how you can minimize any trouble they can cause.
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Your diet affects how your medications work, especially for patients taking blood thinners such as Coumadin® (warfarin). It is important to know the drug-food interactions for any medicines and when to talk to your doctor.
Newer blood thinners may be easier to use than warfarin, but they’re not for everyone. Our experts explain how to weight the pros and cons with your physician.
A stress test can alert your physician if you have coronary artery disease. But can you still have a heart attack after having a normal stress test? Cardiologist Benico Barzilai, MD, has the answer.