Watching football and tailgating can negatively affect heart health in unexpected ways; learn why and get expert tips for healthier game days.

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UAB Heart and Vascular Clinic at Acton Road will offer free heart-healthy tailgate screenings Sept. 19; registration is available.
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UAB is the only hospital in the state to offer the minimally invasive MitraClip procedure to aid patients suffering from mitral regurgitation.
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Funds raised from the annual event come back to UAB to support vital cardiovascular research efforts.
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The AHA/ACC formulas for heart attack and stroke risk released in November were described as overpredicting a patient’s risk, but the latest findings published in JAMA suggest otherwise.
Moellinger was presented Nursing Scientist Award before an international group of more than 1,000 medical experts.
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UAB Heart and Vascular Services is celebrating heart month with events at UAB Hospital.
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The 2014 Evidence-Based Guideline for the Management of High Blood Pressure in Adults contains nine recommendations for health care providers.
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How early obesity develops and how long someone is obese significantly impacts the development of coronary artery calcification.
Research from the UAB School of Public Health shows that patients with chronic kidney disease may improve their health by making lifestyle behavior changes.
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Success of ACE inhibitors, alpha blockers, calcium channel blockers and diuretics same in women and men with hypertension; diuretic superior in reducing cardiovascular complications.

UAB is the only hospital in Alabama that can repair leaks around replacement heart valves using minimally invasive techniques.
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Adults are not the only ones who should focus on good heart health. A UAB doctor explains when heart healthy habits need to start.
Simple steps can make a big difference for heart health at restaurants.
Not getting enough nightly rest can be very taxing on the cardiovascular system, says a UAB expert.

Get the daily recommended amount of fiber for optimum heart health.

If you exercise, eat right and don’t smoke, a history of heart disease in your family can still put you at risk — even if you are a female.

Grant to develop new interprofessional practice model for health-care delivery also expands health-care options for medically underserved.
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Black men and women have twice the risk of fatal coronary heart disease as whites, but the disparity could be eliminated with better risk factor control.

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This candy-centric holiday can still be enjoyed by all who observe it — but in a way that makes the heart much happier.

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