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Frequently Asked Questions on Topics for the Entire Family, for your health and well being and more!
FAQs - Heart Disease
How important is it to get regular exercise?
How do you get started and what's a good exercise regimen?
How do I make exercise part of my daily routine?
How does regular exercise help keep LDL cholesterol levels in check?
What constitutes a healthy diet? Do you have to be vegetarian to be heart healthy?
What percent of daily calories should come from fat?
What are electrophysiology studies?
What is an arrhythmia?
Should I be worried if I have an arrhythmia?
How is an EP study performed?
What happens if an arrhythmia is detected?
How long does an EP study take?
What happens after the EP study?
How quickly are results available?
What treatments are available if the EP study shows an arrhythmia?
Are arrhythmias common?
What are the symptoms of arrhythmia?
Can an arrhythmia be fatal?
What is folic acid?
What is homocysteine?
What heart problems are elevated homocysteine levels related to?
If I am at high risk for heart disease will my physician screen for homocysteine levels, along with my blood pressure and cholesterol?
How much folic acid should I get a day?
What foods are good sources of folic acid?
Should I take folic acid supplements?
Aren't you supposed to take medications with food?
How will I know whether or not to take my medication with certain foods?
Is it true that drinking grapefruit juice with certain medications can be harmful?
How do I know if heart disease runs in my family?
If I have a family history of heart disease, what should I do to reduce my risk?
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