Category: Coronary Artery Disease


As Valentine’s Day approaches and passes, you can’t set foot outside your house without seeing hearts. Hearts are everywhere. Boys and girls are giving little candy hearts to each other. Teenagers are giving heart-shaped boxes of candy. And husbands might present their wives with a heart locket on this special

Coronary Artery Disease can come on slowly, and many people who suffer from the disease don’t recognize the symptoms until they become severe. Even good communication with your doctor is no guarantee of a timely diagnosis, as doctors have a history of failing to diagnose Coronary Artery Disease until the

Coronary Artery Disease is a devastating illness. Unfortunately, the early signs of Coronary Artery Disease are often ignored by physicians, or dismissed as something else. Few doctors bother to run the necessary tests or ask the necessary questions to determine whether or not their patient is suffering from the early

A study published on the website of the National Center for Biotechnology Information stands to upend everything we thought we knew about Coronary Artery Disease (CAD). If the study is verified by other doctors and researchers, most of the causes commonly associated with CAD are not actually responsible for the