American Heart Association

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

‘We know that many are still being affected by COVID-related challenges and food insecurity’

By Jocelyn Apodaca Schlossberg • June 10, 2021

Dear Doctors: My heart rate was 99 when I went for my physical recently, and my doctor said that’s too high. I explained it’s usually ...

By Ask the Doctors • October 9, 2020

February is American Heart Month ‒ the perfect time to prioritize heart health for your entire family, says Sheena Kamra, MD, a pediatrician at the ...

By uclahealth • February 4, 2019

If you’ve gotten the message that you should incorporate 30 minutes a day of moderate physical activity into your workday to reduce the health ...

By • February 1, 2019

Sudden cardiac arrest is the No. 1 global killer, but more lives can be saved if bystanders know how to help More ...

By • June 11, 2018

Dear Doctor: I just read your column about a daily aspirin regimen, which raised these questions for me: If someone appears to be in the ...

By Ask the Doctors • February 13, 2018

June is National Safety Month, so let’s see how prepared you and your family are for summertime injuries. From treating jellyfish stings to knowing ...

By uclahealth • June 27, 2017

Queen Latifah and UCLA's Dr. Karol Watson joined together on World Heart Day to educate the public on living with heart ...

By • October 24, 2016