Heart disease is the number one health threat for American women, yet many don’t realize they’re at risk. Learn more about heart screenings with NitzaMD.
Knowledge truly is power when it comes to seeking treatment at the doctor’s office. Let’s talk about how women can get the help they need for pain and heart disease.
Women’s bodies are unique—even when it comes to our blood pressure. Dr. Alvarez is here to answer women’s questions about heart health.
Let’s take a top-down look at what cholesterol is, what makes it good or bad, and what women can do to improve their overall heart health.
For American Heart Month, we’re looking at the cardiac health of US women, including tips for how to make sure you are heard, healed, and taken seriously.
Women, ask yourself: How do I know if my heart is healthy? As a woman and a cardiologist, here is what you need to know, even if you have no symptoms
What’s your risk of a heart attack? It depends on your CT calcium score. This simple test helps uncover hidden heart issues before they become concerns.