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MHIF Researcher and MHI® Cardiologist, Dr. Mosi Bennett was recently interviewed by Kare 11's Adrienne Broaddus regarding the fact that black men are hit hardest by high blood pressure, a silent killer that often comes without symptoms or warning. “As a heart failure...
MHIF had several research physicians and staff attend the Society for Cardiovascular Angiography & Interventions 2019 Scientific Sessions in Las Vegas, NV in May. Check out some photos below! View the list of MHIF presentations and posters here: SCAI 2019 Itinerary
Many women are missing the symptoms of a heart attack, which is one of the reasons why heart disease is the number one killer of American women. Dr. Betty Grey, MHIF Researcher and MHI® Cardiologist, was recently on WCCO This Morning to discuss the signs and symptoms...
MHIF Researcher, Dr. Yale Wang was recently interviewed by Joe Carlson of the Star Tribune about renal denervation, an emerging technology for treating resistant high blood pressure. “As there is no single physiologic cause for hypertension...complementary medications...
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