• Los Angeles VA cardiologists never miss a heart beat

    A telehealth program from Los Angeles VA lets Veterans with cardiac arrhythmias connect with their doctors and share heart readings virtually.

  • Health application aims to transform Veteran heart health

    VA and Evidation encourage Veteran enrollment in a free, app-based program that helps educate Veterans about their heart health.

  • Yogurt is good for your heart, VA study finds

    Flavored or Greek, yogurt of all kinds might hold answers to better heart health, according to a study on nearly 200K Veterans.

  • Fiber – A “super” food to add to your diet

    Good for heart and gut health, fiber can reduce the risk of diabetes and some cancers, and aid with weight loss. It is rich in vitamins and minerals.

  • VA physicians lead innovative changes in Veteran cardiac care

    VA continues to offer cutting edge cardiac care to Veterans, with many innovative ideas and practices coming directly from health care providers.

  • Friday is National Wear Red Day

    VA is encouraging Veterans and their families to participate in Wear Red Day on February 5. This annual event unites people nationwide around the common goal of eradicating heart disease.

  • VA encourages women Veterans to take control of their heart health

    VA encourages women Veterans to talk to their providers about how they can prevent heart disease. VA and the American Heart Association want to help women Veterans reduce their risk of heart disease.

  • A career caring for the heart: Dr. Mary Whooley practices medicine and studies ways to improve Veterans’ cardiac health

    Dr. Mary Whooley is a board-certified physician and Director of Cardiac […]

  • At VA, early career physicians can follow their clinical and research interests while carrying out a Veteran-centric mission

    Dr. Jacob Doll is a board-certified cardiologist and health services […]

  • VA cardiologists “Go Red for Women” Veterans and heart disease awareness

    It’s Go Red for Women Week, and that means that […]

  • VA goes red for women – today is WEAR RED DAY!

    Join VA and Go Red for women this February as we encourage women Veterans to commit to their heart health.

  • American Heart Association selects VA employee as one of its national spokespersons

    The American Heart Association recently selected Beverly Buchanan of VA’s William Jennings Bryan Dorn VA Medical Center in Columbia, South Carolina, as one of its national spokespersons.

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