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Heart Month

There was a time Glen Van Arsdell, MD, director of pediatric cardiac surgery at UCLA Health, wanted to be a fireman or a chicken farmer. Those were unusual choices for a boy who spent his formative years in Thailand with parents who were medical missionaries. His father, [...]
By uclahealth • February 28, 2019
UCLA Health joins the American Heart Association in giving newborns red caps in campaign to raise awareness of heart disease
By Amy Albin • March 15, 2018
“She was the one who fell in love with me and I have never regretted being married,” says Rudolph Loebel, who found out he needed a trans-catheter aortic valve replacement and that his wife, Rachel Loebel, needed one as well. “They operated on me and my wife on exactly [...]
By uclahealth • February 14, 2018
Mediterranean Diet Pyramid Learn more about Heart Services at UCLA.
By uclahealth • February 25, 2017

Mediterranean Diet: Practical Advice

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By uclahealth • February 24, 2017

How to figure out portion size

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By uclahealth • February 23, 2017

Healthy diet, physical activity, low stress and strong social supports really do help you live longer.

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By uclahealth • February 22, 2017
Seeing red? February is Women’s Heart Month, and each year women around the country wear scarlet to raise awareness of the risk heart disease poses for women. Heart disease is the leading killer of women in the United States, causing one of every three deaths, according to the [...]
By uclahealth • February 22, 2017

Eating a Mediterranean diet pattern reduces heart attacks, strokes and death!

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By uclahealth • February 21, 2017

Substitute liquid fats for solid fats!

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By uclahealth • February 20, 2017