Results of a new study by a team of Cleveland Clinic physicians show that wrist-worn heart monitors are not as accurate as chest-worn heart monitors.
If you’ve ever felt as though your heart is beating too fast, you know it can be scary. But these sensations don’t automatically signal something serious
This blog item is based on a series of articles produced by STACK (www.stack.com) in association with experts at Cleveland Clinic’s Miller Family Heart & Vascular Institute (HVI), including Dermot Phelan, MD, PhD, Director of the Sports Cardiology Center. The original piece can be found at: http://www.stack.com/2015/03/02/hypertrophic-cardiomyopathy/ If you’re an athlete, there’s one muscle that can … Read More
Back to school time means back to sports. Before training begins you will often be required to complete a pre-participation athletic screening. Generally, this involves filling out a form that asks you questions about your medical history and your family’s. For most athletes, the screening stops there. However, when a physician feels that an athlete’s … Read More