The Correlation Between Heart Disease and Diabetes

Posted by: Tampa Cardio

On: November 12, 2019

Both diabetes and heart disease are two extremely prevalent conditions in our society. Most people believe the two to be completely seperate when there actually is a very real link. Approximately 65% of people with type 2 diabetes will die from heart disease or stroke. Adults with type 2 diabetes are up to four times

Can Heart Disease Be Prevented?

Posted by: Tampa Cardio

On: October 28, 2019

You may wonder what you can do to help prevent heart disease, especially if you have a family history. Though the mortality rate has lessened in recent years, heart disease is still the number one leading cause of death worldwide. This statistic is likely to remain for years to come. Heart disease most commonly affects

Heart Issues and Cold Medicine – What You Need to Know

Posted by: Tampa Cardio

On: October 23, 2019

With the onset of colder weather as the fall months are here and the winter season is approaching as much as we love the coziness of a fireplace or the soothing warmth of a pumpkin spice latte it also signals the start of cold and flu season. While there is still no cure for the

What All Women Should Know About Heart Health

Posted by: Tampa Cardio

On: October 11, 2019

For several years running heart disease has remained the number one cause of death for women in the United States. This doesn’t have to be the case if we can get enough women to sit up and pay attention to the risk factors and from there live a more healthful lifestyle – it just may keep

Should You Go For a Regular Cardiovascular Check Up?

Posted by: Tampa Cardio

On: September 20, 2019

While not everyone needs to see a cardiologist on a regular basis if you have a pre-existing cardiovascular condition, have suffered a stroke or a heart attack, you may find your physician suggesting strongly that you maintain a check-up at regular intervals to ensure heart health. Regularly checking in on your heart can ward off

Yo-Yo Dieting – Causing A Strain On Your Heart

Posted by: Tampa Cardio

On: August 26, 2019

With the onslaught of media, TV, movies, magazines, and advertising all pushing the same images of thin fit women many become desperate to lose weight. Obesity has incredibly become a problem in the USA in the past two decades. Fad dieting has become the norm. The cabbage soup diet, The HCG diet, The Keto Diet,

Is There a Link Between Depression and Heart Disease?

Posted by: Tampa Cardio

On: August 21, 2019

If you have ever been through a bout with depression you know that it may at times feel similar to a broken heart. You feel sadness in your chest. The question becomes if you feel heart-based sadness is your emotion actually causing physical damage? Recent research has shown that the link between the two actually

10 Reasons to Visit a Cardiologist Even if You Are Healthy

Posted by: Tampa Cardio

On: August 12, 2019

America has become accustomed to only visiting the doctor when they feel sick. When healthy, it gets put off or not even thought of in the first place. The problem with this would be the same as if you only took your car in when it broke down. Taking your vehicle in for scheduled maintenance

When To Seek Medical Attention for Chest Pain


Posted by: Tampa Cardio

On: August 1, 2019

When To Seek Medical Attention for Chest Pain Chest pain often comes out of seemingly nowhere. It begins suddenly and is alarming. Your heart is the very center of your being and to think something could be wrong with it is a very scary experience. It is very easy to assume the worst-case scenario and

Make or Break Your Heart Health with Nutrition

Posted by: Tampa Cardio

On: July 25, 2019

Food used to be pretty basic. Vegetables, fruits, meats, nuts, cheeses, dairy, along with a few “other” category items such as mayonnaise, ketchup, and other condiments. These days packaged, boxed, and fast food is king. They outsell fresh food due to convenience and low price. But at what cost are you eating these things on