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    Common Heart Terms

    Every industry has its own lingo and acronyms that truly have to be learned. Even text messaging has gone the way of acronyms to the point you may have to ask someone what they mean if you’re unsure. Stockton Cardiology Medical Group offers a team of cardiologists who can help you with your heart concerns and problems. Whether you have a family history of heart disease or you just don’t feel y…Read More

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    What is Heartburn?

    Your heart is one of the most important organs in your body. While you may be able to live without some organs, the heart is definitely not one of them. It’s responsible for delivering oxygen to every living cell in your body, without which, they would die. Stockton Cardiology Medical Group offers a whole host of cardiology services, including treatment for heart disease, chest pain, congenital …Read More

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    Parts of Your Heart

    Your heart is a vital organ that, along with your brain and lungs, you absolutely cannot live without. Thus, it is important to keep it healthy with regular exercise, healthy foods, and an overall supportive lifestyle. That being said, millions of Americans have heart problems, and when they visit a cardiologist in Stockton for the first time, they may not exactly understand the problem. In this b…Read More

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    How Your Heart Works

    Since ancient times, humans have known that the heart is important. However, for a long time, people did not know what the heart did. The famous Greek philosopher, Aristotle, knew that the heart was important, but he thought the heart was the seat of intelligence, or what the brain does back in the fourth century BC. The famous Greek doctor, Galen, whose ideas were the cornerstone of medicine unti…Read More

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    What is Heart Disease?

    The heart, along with your brain and lungs, is arguably one of the most important organs in your body. Without a properly functioning heart, you can’t live. The heart is a muscle that never stops working from the moment you are born till the day you die. It’s job is to send blood throughout your entire body, bringing all the cells in your body life-giving oxygen and nutrients and sweeping away…Read More

  6. Common Blood Thinning Medications & FAQ

    There are various heart medications that are used to help lower cholesterol, lower blood pressure, prevent blood clots, and to treat heart failure. The purpose of many of the most common heart medications is to prevent blood clots, but there are still several varieties of these medications. Here are the most commonly used medications used to prevent blood clots: Aspirin: If you have heart disease,…Read More

  7. 7 Benefits of Exercise on the Heart – Part 2

    Hello, and welcome back to our blog here at Stockton Cardiology. This is part two of our blog series about the benefits of exercise on the heart. Exercise has a nearly endless list of benefits on the body but has proven to be an important part of reducing your risk factor for life-threatening cardiovascular diseases like heart disease and stroke. Read on to learn more about the benefits of exercis…Read More

  8. 7 Benefits of Exercise on the Heart – Part 1

    We’ve all heard it before: “exercise is good for your heart.” But have you ever stopped to wonder what specifically exercise does for the heart and what types of exercise are most beneficial to the heart? Here at Stockton Cardiology, it’s our top priority to ensure that everyone in our community is able to maintain their heart health, no matter their age. If you have any questions, don’t…Read More

  9. Staying Heart Healthy This Fall

    Hello, and welcome back to our blog here at Stockton Cardiology. It’s that time of year again! Leaves are falling, colors are changing, and the weather is finally starting to cool down a bit. As we start to shift our focus to seasonal activities like a trip to the pumpkin patch or preparing this year’s Halloween costume, it’s important to remember our heart health this time of year. If you h…Read More

  10. When You Should See A Cardiologist

    When we think of living a “healthy” lifestyle, we often think of two things: eating right and getting exercise. Although these are two very important aspects of living a healthy life, they certainly aren’t the only factors. Another piece of the healthy life puzzle is knowing what medical specialist to visit and when. In this blog, we’re going to take a look at when you should see a cardiol…Read More