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Statins May Not Be Necessary for People with Lower Heart Disease Risk

Researchers in the United Kingdom say statins may not be needed for people with low to moderate risk of heart disease. They say the side effects of the cholesterol-lowering medications may outweigh the benefits from the drugs for some people. Experts say diet and exercise are among the alternatives to taking statins to keep cholesterol …Continue reading

Dr. Anuj R. Shah

Dr. Anuj R. Shah: “Give yourself permission to rest — It’s okay to take time for yourself”

How does Dr. Anuj R. Shah keep up his dedication to delivering quality cardiac care? What were his earliest experiences in the field of cardiology? This interview gives you a sneak peek of his history and his goals. Click here.

20 Surprising Things That Affect Whether You Have a Heart Attack

26 Healthcare Experts Weigh In on AI Trends This Year

Don’t you want to know where healthcare is trending, or which technologies are shaping the future of care, at least so you’ll be prepared for your next trip to the doctor? If you want to stay in the know, these experts shined a light on the trends most shaping the use of artificial intelligence in …Continue reading

Why You Should be Monitoring Your Heart Rate

If you don’t track your workout, did it even happen? Wearable fitness technology is everywhere these days. You know we love stats at aSweatLife, and we’re always trying to get the most out of our workouts. Fore more info, click here.

Dr. Anuj Shah

Dr. Anuj Shah Featured on Fox News

Dr. Anuj Shah was recently featured on Fox News discussing AI and AFIB. Click here to read how AI May Detect AFib in Just 10 Seconds.