If you could do five things to reduce your heart-attack risk by 80 percent, would you take a step to start on this path?
Reminder: Healthy Heart Day 2015 is Feb. 7. Register online by Feb. 4, or email email@example.com, phone 520-626-4146.
Wildcat basketball fans received a treat in their seats at Wednesday night's game against the Oregon Ducks, cheer cards with a heart-felt message
The Arizona Center for Accelerated Biomedical Innovation will transform UA research into practical health care solutions through the commercialization of biomedical technologies.
Dr. Marvin Slepian, a cardiologist with the UA Sarver Heart Center, will head the Arizona Center for Accelerated Biomedical Innovation, a place where investigators can work with other experienced innovators to flesh out their ideas.
Spencer Cummins was born with multiple heart defects. His parents are grateful to Dr. Scott Klewer, who has overseen Spencer's care since birth.
Apples vs. pears, and six tips to avoid heart attacks. Dr. Lori Mackstaller brought all of that and more Thursday to about 225 people at the second of four Sarver Heart Center lectures in Green Valley.
There are effective resuscitation treatments and systems of care in place in Arizona to maximize survival. For example, 911 dispatchers are trained to help identify cardiac arrest and to guide you on performing chest compressions. EMS rescuers deliver high-performance CPR and transport patients to hospitals that deliver specialized post-cardiac arrest care. The net result of this coordinated system is a quadrupling of survival to hospital discharge in Arizona since 2004.
Join the University of Arizona Sarver Heart Center on Saturday, Feb. 7, for an interactive, informative day of heart-healthy presentations, screenings and activities.