Heart and Vessels

Myocardial Abscess (Pus in Heart Wall Muscle)

An abscess is a common problem that is most noticeable when it affects the skin, or lies just underneath it. Most of us refer to this as a boil and it is usually not serious. Often it resolves on its own or may require a combination of antibiotics and drainage. Sometimes abscesses can occur in vital organs, like the heart, >> Read More ...

Reverse Heart Disease Ways (Diet, Lifestyle, Medication)

Heart disease is a broad term to describe a number of difference cardiac conditions. Most of us know a heart attack but it is not the only type. There is a range of different types of heart disease and many can be just as deadly as a heart attack. Despite the differences, many heart diseases can be prevented and sometimes >> Read More ...

Heart Symptoms Reasons, Types of Diseases and Warning Signs

There are many different types of heart diseases which may be due to a host of causes. As a result, symptoms in and around the heart would be present. However, all of these conditions affect the functioning of the heart meaning that the circulation of blood in the body is impaired. Therefore some of the symptoms that arise >> Read More ...

Coronary Artery Calcification (CAC, Hardened Heart Arteries)

With the prevalence of coronary artery disease in the developed world, we are all accustomed to serious conditions whenever these arteries are diseased or damaged. The coronary arteries carries blood to the heart muscle. If it is diseased in any way then the heart will ultimately be affected to some degree. Most of us are >> Read More ...

Coronary Artery Disease (Heart) Causes and Risks

Coronary artery disease affects almost 40% of the American population but only 1 out of 4 people experience any complications with symptoms. A large number of people do not even know they have coronary artery disease and are at risk of complications like a heart attack. Fortunately routine screening in high risk groups has >> Read More ...
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