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The internet provides a wealth of healthcare information for consumers -- some of it good and some of it questionable. We have provided links to a number of internet resources that we consider relevant to our patients' overall health and cardiovascular education.
The content of websites may change, however, and should not be used as a substitute for professional medical advice or treatment for specific medical conditions. You should not use the information on any website to diagnose or treat a health problem or disease without consulting a qualified healthcare provider.
Cardiovascular Specialists has no control over, and assumes no responsibility for, the content of the websites for which we provide links.
Please let us know if you have other favorite healthcare-related sites that we can share with our patients. Similarly, if you have concerns about the information provided on any of the sites whose links are provided here, please contact us so that we may determine if they are appropriate to continue as links.
- American College of Cardiology - CardioSmart – CardioSmart, from the American College of Cardiology, is a valuable online resource offering accessible, authoritative information about cardiovascular disease, its prevention, management and care
- American Dietetic Association – The website of the American Dietetic Association, the nation's largest organization of food and nutrition professionals, offers tips on healthy eating and lifestyle for the whole family.
- American Heart Association – Learn more about the American Heart Association's efforts to reduce death caused by cardiovascular disease.
- American Society of Echocardiography - See My Heart – This site, presented by the American Society of Echocardiography, is a patient information web site that helps consumers understand heart and circulation ultrasound.
- American Society of Nuclear Cardiology – The ASNC is the professional association for providers in the nuclear cardiology field. Click on the "Patients" link on the home page for a wealth of information about nuclear cardiology tests and other consumer resources.
- American Stroke Association – A division of the American Heart Association established in 1998 to reduce the impact of stroke. The division's Web-based offerings include prevention and recovery fact sheets for consumers.
- Cardiac Glossary – The American Heart Association's Cardiac Glossary provides a quick reference for cardiovascular-related medical terminology.
- Johns Hopkins Medicine Health Library – The Johns Hopkins Medicine Health Library is your one-stop resource for information on diseases, conditions, tests and procedures. It also offers recipes, nutrition information, and prevention guidelines.
- Mended Hearts – Mended Hearts, a national nonprofit organization affiliated with the American Heart Association, has been offering the gift of hope to heart disease patients, their families and caregivers for more than 50 years. Recognized for its role in facilitating a positive patient-care experience, Mended Hearts partners with 460 hospitals and rehabilitation clinics and offers services to heart patients through visiting programs, support group meetings and educational forums.
- WomenHeart: The National Coalition for Women with Heart Disease – WomenHeart is the nation's only national patient advocacy organization serving women with heart disease. Their website provides support, information and advocacy.