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Jan 30 2018
Women and Heart Disease

By: Michael Rosenberg, MD Category Community Health

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Although it's often considered a "man's problem," heart disease is a serious threat to women's health. Every year, heart disease, the leading cause of death in the United States, claims women and men in equal numbers—approximately 1 in every 4 deaths.

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May 24 2016
Leg Pain Could Potentially Be PAD

By: Michael Rosenberg, MD Category Community Health

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Most people often mistake calf or leg pain while walking as a normal sign of aging or arthritis. But leg pain may be due to peripheral arterial disease—otherwise known as PAD.

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Aug 28 2015
When Time is Muscle

By: Michael Rosenberg, MD Category Community Health

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When having a heart attack, every second counts. It’s important to get to a hospital, fast! Heart attacks occur when there is plaque build-up in the arteries. This makes it difficult for blood to flow to the heart and typically blocks the artery completely. If blood flow isn’t restored, the heart muscle tissue begins to die without oxygen.

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