Posts Tagged ‘cardiology’

66-Year-Old Man is Cured of Rare Heart Condition Thanks to 3D Printing by Materialise

By editor
July 10, 2015

"Recently at UCLA, doctors were able to use a 3D printed heart model to go forth with a very complicated surgery on 66-year-old Richard Whitaker." Click here to continue reading the original article on 3dprint.com.


A Dose Of Culinary Medicine Sends Med Students To The Kitchen

By editor
July 8, 2015

"When it comes to premature death and disease, what we eat ranks as the single most important factor, according to a study in JAMA, the Journal of the American Medical Association. Yet few doctors say they feel properly trained to dispense dietary advice. One group, at least, is trying to fill that knowledge gap." Click...  read more


Top 5 CV Risk Factors Account for 50% of CV Deaths

By editor
July 6, 2015

"If diabetes, obesity, hypertension, high cholesterol, and cigarette smoking could be eliminated in the U.S., how much would cardiovascular mortality risk drop? If you guessed by about 50%, you're right, according to an epidemiological study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine." Click here to continue reading the original article on medpagetoday.com.


Can Mental Illness Be Cured By Diet? Nutritional Psychiatry Steps Into The Limelight

By editor
June 15, 2015

"A balanced diet, these scientists say, is as important to psychiatry as it is to cardiology." Click here to continue reading the original article on medicaldaily.com.


Cardiology in the Next Ten Years

By editor
June 9, 2015

Despite what we might wish, neither doctors nor researchers -- nor those of us who fit both categories -- have access to a crystal ball. Therefore, predicting the future of cardiology over the next 10 years is an impossible task. But I can write about what I wish the state of cardiology to be within...  read more


The Future Of Cardiology Will Be Shown In 3-D

By editor
May 22, 2015

How can you tell ­the difference between a good surgeon and an exceptional one? You could start by looking for the one who has the rare ability to visualize a human organ in three dimensions from little more than a scan. Click here to continue reading the original article on npr.org.