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​How many times a week can we eat potatoes and still be healthy?
Source: Today
May 17, 2016
Dr. Matthew Muldoon
​Stem cells show promise for treating heart failure, study finds
Source: Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
April 25, 2016
Dr. Catalin Toma
14 Ways Cardiologists Keep Their Own Hearts Healthy
Source: Prevention.com
April 22, 2016
Dr. Kathryn Berlacher
Cardiac device used by UPMC allows some an alternative to blood thinners
Source: Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
March 24, 2016
Dr. David Schwartzman
Artificial Lung Could Be Quick Fix Doctors Need While Considering Treatment
Source: 90.5 WESA
March 22, 2016
Dr. Robert Kormos
TandemLife of O'Hara on verge of developing vest for heart, lung patients
Source: Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
March 21, 2016
Dr. Robert Kormos
Can yogurt protect women from high blood pressure?
Source: Today
March 3, 2016
Dr. Kathryn Berlacher
Aortic valve procedure alternative for eldery
Soure: Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
Jan. 25, 2016
Dr. Thomas Gleason


Six Indian Americans to be honored by Kerala Center in New York
Source: The American Bazaar
Nov. 2, 2015
Dr. Prem Soman
Genetic tests pushed to help prevent some deaths
Source: Pittsburgh Post Gazette
Sept. 1, 2015
Dr. Samir Saba
Cardiologists say the key to quick recovery is all in the wrist
Source: WNDU-TV
July 8, 2015
Dr. Krishna Tummalapalli
​Check your heart, with a pillow​
Source: KSAT-TV
July 3, 2015
Dr. Michael Mathier​
New heart sustains Erie lawyer
Source: GoErie.com
Jan. 25, 2015
Dr. Robert Kormos​
'Fat But Fit' Theory Mainly Flops in Long Term: Study
Source: NBCNews.com
Jan. 5, 2015
Dr. Katie Berlacher
Most heart attacks in young women preventable - by following 6 habits
Source: Today.com
Jan. 5, 2015
Dr. Katie Berlacher

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