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Pre-Exercise Cardiac Screening
Heart Attack – Am I At Risk?
FAQ About Cardiovascular Risk
Before Your First Visit
Patient Education Materials
Continuum Cardiovascular Centers of New York
My doctor told me that my blood pressure and
cholesterol are normal. Am I still at risk for a heart attack?
What is meant by having a "family history?"
My "total cholesterol" number has
always been good. Need I know more?
Will I always feel chest pain if there is a
blockage in my coronary arteries?
Do I always need medication if my blood pressure
or cholesterol is high?
How can I stay healthy while on vacation?
Dr. Merle Myerson, a cardiologist and director of the St. Luke's and Roosevelt Hospitals Cardiovascular Disease Prevention Program counsels her patients on the do's and don'ts of travel. With a little extra planning you can help to ensure that you have a safe-and healthy trip. Read Dr. Myerson's advice on the do's and dont's of travel.
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