In this Q&A, Dr. Bashir discusses how he came up with the idea for a device that helps patients make a full recovery from life-threatening clots, and next steps for testing the device in clinical trials.
When temperatures rise, your heart has to work harder. If your heart isn’t functioning optimally, it makes it harder to stay cool. Learn more and find out what to do if you have signs of heat exhaustion or heat stroke.
Did you know that some ethnicities may face a greater risk of heart disease than others? Get the statistics and learn what we're doing at Temple about racial and ethnic disparities in cardiovascular disease.
Did you know that the cold weather can cause your heart rate or blood pressure to increase? Low temps can also play a role in someone who has heart disease. Here are a few reasons why you need to take extra care of your heart, with tips for how you can avoid them.