Study Indicates Most Nutritional Supplements and Dietary Therapies Do Not Benefit Heart Health, Despite Popularity
Nutritional supplements and dietary interventions enjoy widespread use in the United States, but most have no effect on cardiovascular survival or outcomes, according to a group of U.S. researchers.
Congenital heart defects involve a structural abnormality of the heart that exists at birth. While overall rare, usually affecting 1% of all births, congenital heart defects are one of the most common birth defects in babies.
Two outstanding members of our Long Island Community Hospital care team have recently been selected for the Long Island Business News Achievements in Healthcare Awards. Chief of Trauma James Vosswinkel, MD, was chosen to receive the award in the Physician category, while Director of Nursing for...
Martin Clearwater & Bell LLC is proud to announce their recognition in the 2020 edition of U.S. News–Best Lawyers “Best Law Firms.” MCB is regionally ranked in the following practice areas in NYC: Medical Malpractice Law–Defendants, Legal Malpractice Law–Defendants, and Personal Injury...
A comprehensive Cardiac Wellness Program and the recent addition of on-site services from a board-certified heart failure specialist make Mount Sinai South Nassau a trusted partner for advanced care for patients with heart failure.
The Knapp Cardiac Care Center at Long Island Community Hospital marshals the full spectrum of care, from non-invasive treatments to interventional procedures and cardiac rehabilitation, to meet the needs of local patients and their families in both emergent and non-emergent situations.
Michael Weber, MD, cardiac electrophysiologist at St. Catherine of Siena Medical Center, describes electrophysiology’s role in treating arrhythmias and how St. Catherine takes a personalized, holistic approach to patient care.
More than 5 million Americans have at least moderately serious heart valve disease. St. Francis Hospital Heart Valve Center at Good Samaritan is dedicated to using its Proven expertise to ensure patients have access to quality, effective treatment.
As individuals take more ownership of their health, there is a significant increase in the pursuit of second opinions. Second opinions are so frequently sought that many institutions, including the Cleveland Clinic and Johns Hopkins University, have begun offering online second opinions. In 2005...
The NewYork-Presbyterian Queens cardiovascular service line offers a full range of cardiothoracic care, providing patients in Queens with a complete local option for advanced treatment.
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