Heart and Vascular
While February is designated as Heart Month, it’s important to take care of your heart all year round.
Edita Pllana-Pruthi's visit at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center is supported by a Fulbright Scholarship, which promotes cultural exchange through post-college work, study, and research.
Amid increased public attention to cardiac arrest, Dartmouth Health's Heart & Vascular Center offers life-saving advice
"Recognizing a cardiac arrest, calling 911 immediately, performing CPR and using an AED as soon as it is available are critical for survival," said Mariell Jessup, MD, FAHA, chief science and medical officer of the American Heart Association.
Study led by Dartmouth Health cardiologist finds significant reduction in dementia risk for AFib patients
Catheter ablation was associated with significantly lower risk of dementia compared to treatment with anti-arrhythmic drugs only
Type 2 diabetics have unique heart health concerns. Learn how to keep your heart healthy with information from a Dartmouth Health cardiologist
Diabetes and cardiovascular diseases are both incredibly common in the United States—and there is overlap between the two.
By managing type 2 diabetes, patients can improve their heart health and enjoy better overall health.
Get your heart pumping at the 5th annual Love Your Heart Night at the Northeast Delta Dental Stadium where the Fisher Cats faceoff with the Erie Seawolves to support the Heart & Vascular Center.
When people experience leg pain or cramping while walking that improves with rest, it’s often overlooked as a side effect of aging, but it could be Peripheral Arterial Disease.
DHMC nationally recognized for commitment to improving cardiac arrest survival rates and stroke care
American Heart Association presents Get With The Guidelines awards for proven dedication to ensuring in-hospital cardiac arrest, stroke patients have access to best practices and life-saving care
2022 New Hampshire Go Red for Women® Luncheon to be held April 20 at the Hanover Inn