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7 Habits for a Healthy Heart

The following article was published by Anahad O’Connor in the October 21st edition of the New York Times. Worldwide, heart disease and strokes are the leading causes of death. They’re also the leading killers of Americans, accounting for one out […]

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Middletown is Up and Running!

Our 10th location in Middletown is now open. If you are looking for a cardiologist in that area, we are accepting new patients and welcome you to our practice. Call (203) 265-9831 to schedule a visit.

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New Office in Middletown

This October, we are pleased to open our 10th location in Middletown, CT.  We welcome new and current patient to our convenient new office. We are currently booking appointments – please call (203) 265-9831. 400 Saybrook Road Suite 204 Middletown […]

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Congratulations to Our 2021 “Top Doctors”

Finding a great physician can be difficult. That’s why Connecticut Magazine partnered with Castle Connolly, a leading national health care research company, to compile a comprehensive guide to Connecticut’s most recommended health practitioners.  Doctors are asked to vote on who […]

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Good Heart Health Starts Here

A healthy diet plays a critical role in heart health. Cutting out certain foods can reduce your “bad” cholesterol, reduce your triglycerides, and decrease your glucose which minimizes your risk of diabetes. Changes in behavior and eating can increase your […]

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Benefits of Statin Therapy

Statins are a class of drugs often prescribed by doctors to help lower cholesterol levels in the blood. By lowering the levels, they help prevent heart attacks and stroke. Studies show that, in certain people, statins reduce the risk of […]

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Heart Health Education

The Consulting Cardiology team is committed to helping our patients live an active and healthy life. Behavior modifications and eating habits can make a significant difference in your overall heart health. Sometimes even the smallest changes can make a big […]

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The Mediterranean Diet

The most comprehensively assessed and consistently supported diet by the medical literature in regard to its benefits on cardiovascular health and reduction in cardiovascular events is the traditional Mediterranean diet. Dr. Norman Roth discusses key aspects of the diet and […]

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Dr. Norman Roth Discusses the Use of Statins

How they work and who can benefit One of the most common questions I get as a cardiologist pertains to the use of statins. Statins are drugs that can lower your cholesterol. They work by blocking a substance your body […]

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Women and Heart Disease

February is American Heart Month Did you know… Heart disease and stroke cause one in three deaths among women each year – more than all cancers combined. The good news is the more a woman knows about heart disease, the […]

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Update on Vaccine Distribution (75 and older)

We are committed to helping our patients navigate through the vaccine process. Here are some of the most current options for scheduling vaccines. UConn Health To schedule a vaccine appointment at UConn Health in Farmington, you must be registered in […]

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Enroll in VAMS for Vaccine Administration

January 15, 2021 The Department of Public Health has an enrollment system for the vaccine. Fill out a simple form to register with the Vaccine Administration Management System (VAMS). You will need to enter your full name, date of birth, eligible […]

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Vaccine Update

Connecticut is now in phase 1B. Currently, two options have opened to allow patients age 75 or above to schedule an appointment. The State will also be providing additional options in the near future. Our offices will not be distributing the […]

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Cancer Treatment and the Heart

Cardio-oncology is a field within cardiology that focuses on the detection, monitoring, and treatment of cardiovascular disease occurring as a side effect of chemotherapy and radiotherapy. We are pleased to have our newest team member, Dr. Allison Padegimas, as a […]

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