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A light shines on a young woman during an eye exam. Eye health and heart health are related in several ways.

Your Eyes: The Windows to Your Soul (and Heart)

A love interest can often see what’s in your heart by looking deep into your eyes. But as for your […]

The relationship between hearing loss and cardiovascular disease is plain and simple: It’s about blood flow.

Listening for the Signs: The Relationship Between Hearing Loss and Cardiovascular Disease

Heart disease is often hard to detect until it has progressed, but knowing the telltale signs can help patients stop […]

A recent study found a link between bad cholesterol levels in people under the age of 45 and the risk of heart disease and stroke.

The Good, the Bad, and the In-Between: New Study Shows Cholesterol in Youths May Be Indicator of Future Heart Disease

The link between cholesterol and heart disease has been well-known for many years, but a recent study reinforces the idea […]

Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement: How TAVR Procedures can Improve Quality of Life

Within two days after having a transcatheter aortic valve replacement, or TAVR, procedure through Cardiology Associates of Michigan, 94-year-old Gino […]

What is bradycardia? Simply put, it's a slow heart rate, which can be dangerous or harmless depending on various circumstances.

What is Bradycardia? The Definitions, Symptoms, and Treatments

If you’ve ever been told you or someone you know has bradycardia, the first thing you likely said is, “What […]

Genetics and heart disease are related. Understanding how genetics may affect your heart is a good step in protecting yourself, your children, and your grandchildren.

Genetics and Heart Disease: Risk Factors that Can’t Be Ignored

When people talk about heart disease, they often discuss obesity, smoking, and lack of physical activity. The relationship between genetics […]

Understanding the relationship between cancer and heart disease can help you manage potential side effects.

The Relationship Between Cancer and Heart Disease

Cancer and heart disease are the two leading causes of death in the United States, but one of the greatest […]

Many studies have linked heart health with a lower risk of dementia. Contact one of our cardiologists to learn more.

Study Links Heart Health with a Lower Risk of Dementia

You have one more reason to eat your vegetables. For many years, studies have linked heart health with a lower […]

Cardiology Associates of Michigan offers the TAVR procedure.

TAVR Procedure: Cardiology Associates of Michigan Patients Feel Renewed after Treatment

Cardiology Associates of Michigan is proud to be able to offer the TAVR procedure (heart valve replacement) for suitable candidates. […]

Blood Sugar and Heart Health: How Managing Diabetes can Reduce Cardiovascular Risks

On the surface, it might not seem as though blood sugar and heart health are related. However, studies have shown […]