Treatments for Cardiovascular Disease | Angioplasty with Stenting Demonstrated

Treatments for cardiovascular diseases are usually the same for both men and women. They may include lifestyle changes, medications, surgical procedures, and cardiac rehabilitation. Even with lifestyle changes, some medications may be necessary to fully manage the condition. Medications are usually prescribed to keep blood pressure and cholesterol levels down. Cholesterol-lowering drugs called statins work […]

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Why Do Arteries Get Clogged? It’s Not What You Think

Why Do Arteries Get Clogged? It’s Not What You Think

Cardiovascular disease has been the number one killer in the world for over a decade and statistically, it’s the number one most likely thing to kill me, so I’m definitely interested in learning more about it. It brings to mind one phrase you may have heard now and then, “clogged arteries.” And I’m going to be […]

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Preventing Sudden Cardiac Arrest

Preventing Sudden Cardiac Arrest

Heart attacks come on slowly. Cardiac arrest kills suddenly, something we learned recently from James Gandolfini’s death. So we bring you the bottom line on what everyone should know about cardiac arrest. Hi, I’m Pilar Gerasimo with a Bottom Line Expert report on sudden cardiac arrest. I’m here with Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum, the director of […]

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Turn Healthy Resolutions into Lifelong Habits

Turn Healthy Resolutions into Lifelong Habits

– [Narrator] In The Know. For many people living with type 2 diabetes, staying motivated to follow a healthy lifestyle all year long is challenging. – Play the long game. Remember this is a journey and a lifestyle you’re after. When you wanna quit, remember why you started in the first place. In my case, […]

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IGF-1 and its role in diabetes and Alzheimer’s | Peter Attia

IGF-1 and its role in diabetes and Alzheimer’s | Peter Attia

[Peter]: There are other things. There’s subtle things going on, of course. IGF, of course, just to bring it back to where we were. IGF is really interesting because centrally and peripherally you may actually want them to be in opposite directions. You probably know this, but Amgen had a drug that was an IGF-receptor […]

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