heart disease

Dr. Jeffrey Hsu addresses the importance of heart screenings for athletes and non-athletes

By Chayil Champion • June 16, 2021

Why you may want to toss that hot dog

By uclahealth • May 17, 2021

A recent study reveals link between blood pressure and risk of heart attacks

By uclahealth • March 22, 2021

Understanding the difference between heart attacks and sudden cardiac arrest

By uclahealth • March 4, 2021

'TRY' premieres at an international film festival in June

By Jocelyn Apodaca Schlossberg • February 3, 2021

Friday, Feb. 5 marks a day to increase awareness of cardiovascular disease in women

By Jocelyn Apodaca Schlossberg • February 2, 2021

Knowing symptoms prior to a heart attack can save your life

By uclahealth • January 21, 2021

Dear Doctors: Our grandfather was diagnosed with congestive heart failure a few years ago. His strength and endurance have declined a lot, and now he’s on oxygen. What are some of the signs that his congestive heart failure is advanced?

Dear Reader: When someone has congestive heart failure, it means that [...]

By Ask the Doctors • October 23, 2020

High blood pressure (also known as hypertension) and high cholesterol are two factors that increase your risk for developing heart disease or heart failure. Now, new research suggests that having those factors as a young adult increases your risk for heart disease later in life. Emphasizing prevention during the young [...]

By uclahealth • February 3, 2020

Q: I am 63 and even though my kids think I’m too old, I want to start running. Can you help me to prove them wrong?

A: We believe that it’s never too late to become physically active. And if you’re careful about how you begin – and maintain – your new exercise regimen, [...]

By UCLA50Plus • December 11, 2019