Patient Stories and Heart Health Tips
In the most recent installment of "Connecting with the CEO," Cynthia C. Taub, MD, MBA, FASE, discussed topics related to heart health.
Athletes of all ages are playing it safe with personalized screening and treatment services at Dartmouth-Hitchcock’s Sports Cardiology Clinic.
A genetic disorder called “familial hypercholesterolemia,” if left untreated, can lead to early heart disease.
In the United States, cardiovascular disease is the most common form of death—more than 850,000 each year, more than cancer and chronic lung disease combined.
Center director of the Heart and Vascular Center at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center is the recipient of the 2020 Gold Heart Award
The clinic provides expert cardiovascular care for athletes at all levels of competition—including high school and college athletes, “weekend warriors” and older athletes who participate in competitive or endurance sports.
New Program Offers Screening and Treatment for Athletes of All Ages, Types and Competitive Levels
Moyamoya is a rare vascular condition of the brain, which results in an increased risk for a stroke called a TIA or aneurysm, which can lead to short-term or permanent brain injury.
After a serious fall off his bike, 12-year-old Seth Corbeil spent a few weeks in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit at CHaD, right in the midst of COVID-19.
After experiencing months of fatigue, shortness of breath and increasing heart palpitations, especially when she ran, Pamela Driscoll was pretty sure something was seriously wrong.