Cardiovascular disease is the major cause of death in both men and women. Learn more about what you can do to prevent heart disease, strokes and diabetes — cardiovascular diseases that are leading causes of death and disability in the United States.
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Top 10 Tips to Prevent Heart Disease and Stroke
Understand your risks and take charge of factors you can control.
Dietary Guidelines for Americans
Dr. Charles Katzenberg's "Healthy Dose" blogpost helps decipher the 2015 U.S. Dietary Guidelines.
As an African American woman, Wanda F. Moore is aware that she is in one of the highest risk groups of dying from heart disease and that her non-inherited risk factors are manageable. "In spite of my healthy, active, watch-my-food-intake lifestyle, I too became a victim of heart disease, said Moore, a member the Sarver Heart Center Board and Women's Heart Health Education Committee and chair of the Minority Outreach Committee. Read More
Women & Heart Disease
Learn how heart disease affects women differently than men.
Does daily aspirin therapy prevent cardiovascular disease?
Advanced Heart Disease
Heart failure occurs when the heart cannot pump or fill with adequate blood, forcing the heart to work harder to deliver blood to the body. Also called congestive heart failure, pulmonary edema, fluid on the lungs or ventricular dysfunction. Meet our Advanced Heart Disease Team and learn more about prevention and treatment options. Read More
Heart Rhythm Disorders
There are multiple electrophysiology procedures available for heart rhythm complications. Learn how heart rhythm disorders, such as atrial fibrillation, brachycardia (slow heart rhythms) and tachycardia (fast heart rhythms) are diagnosed and treated.
Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR)
The TAVR procedure is a minimally invasive catheter-based treatment option for patients who are considered too ill to survive open-heart surgery to replace aortic valves affected by severe aortic stenosis. In this condition, the valve does not open properly and blood cannot leave the heart chambers to get out to the rest of the body.
Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM) is the most common genetic cause of sudden cardiac death in individuals under age 40. Jil C. Tardiff, MD, PhD, who has expertise in both basic research and clinical, uses her genetic expertise to advise families who carry this inherited condition of the heart that occurs in approximately one in 500 people.
Screening Athletes to Prevent Sudden Cardiac Arrest
Guidelines for screening athletes who may be at risk for hypertrophic cardiomyopathy.
Lowering the Risks of Stroke in Women and Men
Learn how stroke affects women, men and ethnic groups differently.
Recognizing Stroke Symptoms
Sudden is a key word in recognizing stroke symptoms. Know how to recognize and respond to stroke symptoms.
Stroke Support Group
Join other stroke survivors and caregivers at a stroke support group.
Tips for eating, exercising and monitoring your blood sugar.
Visit Healthy Hearts A-Z 2016 For a recap of Sarver Heart Center's recent updates on heart health information.
New Prevention Articles and Inspiring Stories
Advanced 3D Imaging
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New Endowed Chair Fulfills Dream
Scott Klewer, MD fufills dream of congenital heart disease program for adults.
To research other heart and vascular disease topics, visit the National Heart Lung and Blood Institute's Health Information for the Public
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