cardiovascular disease

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

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

By Jocelyn Apodaca Schlossberg • January 24, 2022

Taking daily doses of baby aspirin could increase bleeding risks

By Ask the Doctors • November 8, 2021

Understanding the difference between heart attacks and sudden cardiac arrest

By uclahealth • March 4, 2021

If you are reading this review, probably you are considering finding the best cardiologist for your situation. Hopefully you have the time and advantage to ...

By Grateful • October 12, 2020

Why you shouldn't ignore these symptoms - read here

By Anne Machalinski • July 14, 2020

Men die an average of five years younger than women do. In addition, men generally suffer from more diseases and have higher suicide rates. Treating preventable diseases ...

By uclahealth • November 19, 2019

Dear Doctor: Will eating nuts really reduce my risk of heart disease, cancer and other diseases, which a new study has suggested? If so, how ...

By Ask the Doctors • March 30, 2018

Dear Doctor: Does outlook really matter when it comes to lifespan, as a recent study suggested? I'm not a wet blanket, but I don't have ...

By Ask the Doctors • March 3, 2018

Year-end is a great time to reflect on our health and endeavor to improve it. But aside from the typical New Year's plans – ...

By Ryan Hatoum • November 21, 2017