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UF Research Finds Association Between Certain Pain Relievers and Heart Attack

For women taking certain kinds of pain relievers, a heart attack could be waiting in their medicine cabinets. A University of Florida study has found that the regular use of […]

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Heart Disease in Women

Watch UF Cardiologist, Dr. Carl Pepine, discuss heart disease in women on GTN News!

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Ventricular Assist Device Gives New Hope To Patients With Heart Failure

Watch UF Health Cardiology physicians, Dr. Juan Aranda & Dr. James Hill, on TV20′s feature about Ventricular Assist Devices!

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UF Health marks 100th transcatheter aortic valve replacement as program growth continues

For Rosalie Youngerman, the chance to get a new aortic valve without open-heart surgery was literally a lifesaver. In July, Youngerman became the 100th person at the University of Florida […]

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The University of Florida’s Division of Cardiovascular Medicine is recognized as one of the leading cardiovascular programs in the United States. It has been regularly cited as one of the 50 top programs in the nation by U.S. News & World Report. This team of UF physicians, healthcare specialists, and scientists work together to deliver excellent patient care, as well as perform research and education to enhance the quality of heart treatments in the future.

 

Cardiologists in the division specialize in:

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Junk Food Plus Stress Equals Negative Health Effects

Junk Food Plus Stress Equals Negative Health Effects

Listen to this UF Health Podcast to find out more.

Healthy Advantage

FREE SEMINAR

Treating and Managing Atrial Fibrillation- Healthy Advantage Seminar August 29, 2014

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Medical Spotlight: Atrial Fibrillation

Dr. Matthew McKillop spoke with TV20 to discuss the symptoms of atrial fibrillation and what can be done if you are diagnosed with this abnormal heartbeat.

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UF Health Women’s Advantage – Free Seminar

Wearing RED isn’t enough.  Know the risks for heart and aortic disease by attending this free seminar on February 21st at noon.  RSVP here…