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Resources for Physicians
In addition to their research, Ciccarone Center physicians and researchers provide respected commentary, guidance and resources for the medical community that improve other physicians' ability to predict, prevent and treat heart disease in patients everywhere.
Dr. Blumenthal is on the editorial board of The American Heart Journal, Clinical Cardiology and the American College of Cardiology's Extended Learning Center (ACCEL) and Dyslipidemia Community on "CardioSource." He is the Preventive Cardiology/Coronary Heart Disease section editor of Cardiology Today.
Dr. Blaha is on the editorial board of the American College of Cardiology's Cardiometabolic Community on "CardioSource" and runs the widely read Heart-Smart Living blog.
Prior Pollin Cardiovascular Prevention Fellow and now faculty member, Dr. Martin is a member of the Cardiology Today Editorial Board and is also on the American College of Cardiology's Dyslipidemia Community on "CardioSource."
Resources for Physicians by Ciccarone Center Physicians
- Cardiology Today
Ciccarone Downloadable Resources
U.S. News & World Report Blogs by Ciccarone Center Physicians
- Inflammation and Heart Disease: What Is C-Reactive Protein? Who Might Benefit from Testing?
- Pregnancy and the Heart: a Difficult Pregnancy May Warn of Future Cardiovascular Risk
- Fitness Could Raise Survival After First Heart Attack
- Managing Blood Pressure: It’s a Marathon, Not a Sprint
- Holiday Heart Syndrome: How to Gift Yourself a Stress-Free Heart This Season
- Beyond Sex: Erectile Dysfunction Could Spell Heart Trouble
- Sitting Disease: Moving Your Way to a Healthier Heart
- Exercise and Cardiovascular Health
- Assessing the Risk for Heart Attacks and Strokes: How a Coronary Artery Calcium Score May Help, and Who Needs the Test
- 'Calculators' Doctors Use May Overestimate Heart Risks, Study Says