Although heart disease is the number one killer of women, it can be easy to ignore the warning signs or assume it could never happen to you. But Jaclyn McGlone, … Continue Reading →
Few women in their twenties and thirties are worried about the risk of heart disease. But, as it turns out, these could be the most important years for building a … Continue Reading →
When he visited his family doctor for a physical in spring 2014, Lou Legaspi assumed he had the flu. He had been feeling tired lately and, although it didn’t stop … Continue Reading →
Most women understand the important roles that a healthy diet and regular exercise play in the prevention of heart disease, but other factors—like pregnancy or birth control use—can be easily … Continue Reading →
By now, you’ve probably heard about the important role that nutrition plays in maintaining a heart-healthy lifestyle. Substitutions like salmon instead of steak or flavored water instead of soda are … Continue Reading →
Philadelphia Inquirer reports on anticoagulants for patients with atrial fibrillation and interviews Peter R. Kowey, chief of cardiovascular diseases at Main Line Health’s Lankenau Heart Institute.
Philadelphia magazine quotes Dr. Jason Bradley, M.D., a cardiologist with the Lankenau Heart Institute, part of Main Line Health – one of the Philadelphia region’s leading healthcare systems for cardiology … Continue Reading →
NBC10 reports on a young soccer coach who recovered from a heart attack after treatment at Bryn Mawr Hospital, part of the Lankenau Heart Institute.
Patch.com reports that Lankenau Medical Center, part of Main Line Health and the Lankenau Heart Institute, is the first facility in the Delaware Valley to implant a new miniaturized, wireless … Continue Reading →
SJU Alumni reports that the Edward S. Cooper, MD, Award from the American Heart Association was presented to Dr. Kowey, system chief of Main Line Health’s Division of Cardiovascular Diseases, … Continue Reading →