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New Study: Blood Pressure On The Rise During PandemicCBS2's Alice Gainer has more on what you can do to live healthier during these difficult times.
Officials Recommend Major Change In The Use Of AspirinThe panel now says millions of Americans taking aspirin should not take it to prevent heart disease and stroke. But, as CBS2’s Dr. Max Gomez reports, it depends on your age and other risk factors.
Charles Bennetti Lucky To Be Alive After Removal Of Baseball-Sized AneurysmA Staten Island man is lucky to be alive. He recently had surgery to remove a giant aneurysm from his heart. Not only that, he was back playing golf within weeks after his surgery, CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reported.
Simple Thumb-Palm Test May Help Detect Likelihood Of AneurysmWhat if there were a simple, free test you do with your thumb and hand that could save your life? CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Technology Helps Improve Common Coronary Angioplasty ProcedureOne of the most common heart procedures done in this country is called a coronary angioplasty. A balloon opens up a heart artery and usually a stent is placed to keep it open, but that procedure is now being improved with technology borrowed from kidney stone blasters; CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
'National Wear Red Day' Aims To Raise Awareness About Heart Disease In WomenFriday was National Wear Red Day, a day to raise awareness about heart disease in women. While experts say heart disease remains the number one killer of women in the United States, many remain unaware of its risk to their health; CBS2's Kiran Dhillon reports.
Rare But Not Impossible To Survive Sudden Death SyndromeTens of thousands of people die of heart disease and never saw it coming. Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Go Red For Women Fashion Show To Inspire Heart AwarenessSeveral celebrities hit the runway including Miss America Camille Schrier, Tony Award-winning actress Ali Stroker and Madeline Stuart, the world's first supermodel with Down Syndrome. CBS2's Maurice DuBois reports.
Cardiologist, Survivors Talk With CBS'2 Kristine Johnson On Realities Of Heart DiseaseRebecca Trahan and Melissa Dimmick are united as survivors of nearly fatal heart disease. They joined their doctor, Mount Sinai cardiologist Maya Barghash, and CBS2's Kristine Johnson to talk about their experiences.
GoRed Day Brings Focus On Women's Heart DiseaseThe GoRed For Women Day initiative shows how stress is more likely to affect a woman's heart than in a man. CBS2's Chris Wragge and Mary Calvi report.
Innovative New Heart Pump Technology Giving Patients New Leases On LifeCBSN New York's Dr. Max Gomez looks at the Impella and L-VAD heart pumps and talks with people who have been saved by the new devices.
Empire State Building Promotes Women's Heart HealthLast night the Empire State Building was lit up in red, white and pink for the Love Your Heart campaign.
Women's Heart Health Week: Mary Calvi On How Symptoms Differ Between Men And WomenAs we go into February and celebrate Women's Heart Health Week, CBS2's Mary Calvi reminds us to be aware of heart attack symptoms in women and men.
Women's Heart Health Week: Dana Tyler On Her Favorite Heart-Healthy FoodsThere's all this attention in February on Valentine's Day, but what about the real hearts for women? As CBS'2s Dana Tyler points out, eating well is so important for your heart.
Women's Heart Health Week: Kristine Johnson On Her Sister's Life-Threatening ExperienceYou love them with all your heart, but how often do you think about their actual hearts? CBS2's Kristine Johnson reminds us of being mindful of ourselves and others after a close-to-home story of her own.
Lifesaving Treatments Can Also Damage The HeartSome people may not be aware of the link between heart disease and cancer treatment. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Heart Health Expert: Top Detection And Prevention TipsDr. William Salerno, a cardiovascular disease specialist from Hackensack University Medical Center, shared important advice on how to take care of your heart and specifically what tests you need to save your life. CBSN New York's Natalie Duddridge reports.
People Urged To 'Go Red For Women' On Feb. 7 To Raise Awareness Of Heart Disease In WomenAccording to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, heart disease is the leading cause of death for women in the United States. Dr. Icy Fergus of Mount Sinai Hospital stopped by to discuss it.
Study: Potential Link Between Marijuana Use And Heart IssuesA review from Brigham and Women's Hospital finds smoking pot carries many of the same cardiovascular risks as smoking tobacco. CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
Watching Out For Heart Problems During The HolidaysCBS2's Dr. Max Gomez has the latest on the tips you need to know to keep your heart healthy during the holiday festivities.
Research Questions Effectiveness Of Stents, Bypass Surgeries In Some Heart PatientsA "blockbuster" new study questions the effectiveness of stents and bypass surgeries in some heart patients; CBS2's Andrea Grymes reports.
Value Of Heart Stents Questioned When Compared to Drugs, Lifestyle ChangesA new study calls into question the medical care provided to tens of thousands of heart disease patients with blocked coronary arteries. CBS2's Chris Wragge reports.
Medicines May Work As Well As Surgery For Heart DiseaseA new study is casting doubt on the need for many heart procedures.
Could A Single Pill Protect You From Heart Disease?CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez has the latest on a year-long trial of a new pill for heart disease.

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