Cardiology

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Performing CPR on a cardiac patient in public can be the difference between life or death

By Chayil Champion • January 4, 2023

I’m a 38-year-old woman in good health. I kept getting a tight chest while running, so my doctor did some tests. He said my heart looked fine. But when I went for a second opinion, I was diagnosed with microvascular disease. I’ve never even heard of that before. What is it?

By Ask the Doctors • September 21, 2022

It’s important to realize that a post-COVID return to exercise and other daily activities may be different than when coming back from a cold or the flu

By Ask the Doctors • September 7, 2022

Aspirin may be only ‘minimally beneficial’ and comes with an increased risk of digestive tract bleeding, says UCLA Health cardiologist Dr. Boback Ziaeian

By Sandy Cohen • April 26, 2022

3D model of heart helped doctors prepare for intricate procedure

By uclahealth • April 6, 2022

Research has shown that people who put in long work hours can be at higher risk of developing high blood pressure than those who work shorter hours

By Ask the Doctors • February 7, 2022

Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the U.S. for men and women.

By Sandy Cohen • February 4, 2022

Strengthening your muscles used in breathing can have a healthy effect on your whole body

By Ask the Doctors • January 28, 2022

UCLA Health doctors discuss the disparities at the intersection of cancer and cardiovascular disease

By Jocelyn Apodaca Schlossberg • January 24, 2022

E-cigarettes are still relatively new, so facts about the short- and long-term health effects of inhaling the chemicals they contain are just beginning to emerge

By Ask the Doctors • January 24, 2022