Heart Disease Prevention Patient Information Videos

Watch short informational videos about Heart Disease prevention

Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women. In fact, in the United States alone, someone has a heart attach every 34 seconds. Each minute someone in the United States dies from a heart disease related event. With more than 79,400,000 Americans having one or more forms of heart disease, it is more important than ever to take care of our hearts.

Emory Heart and Vascular Center specialists provide a collaborative and comprehensive approach to prevention, detection and reversal of heart disease. We offer a full range of prevention and wellness programs that will help you stay healthy.

If you need expert advice from a cardiologist regarding heart disease, Emory can help. For an appointment call 404-788-7777.

What are general heart disease facts everyone should know?
What are common risk factors for heart disease?
Can you modify your risk of heart disease if you have been a smoker?
Are the symptoms of heart disease different between women and men?
How do you screen for heart problems?
What demographic groups are at highest risk for heart disease?
What is the best way to rehabilitate the heart after a heart attack?
What is LDL Apheresis?
How can Emory help people live healthier lives?