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Sometimes, uncontrollable or hard-to-control health factors can contribute to the development of heart disease, like: Genetic predisposition Viral infections Necessary medical treatment, including chemotherapy Other, more controllable risk factors for developing heart disease can include: High blood pressure High cholesterol Diabetes Obesity Drug a ...

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4 Winning Facts About Your Middle Georgia Heart Doctors

Middle Georgia Heart has served patients with compassionate, patient-centered cardiovascular care since 2011. Created by the late Dr. Talley F. Culclasure, Middle Georgia Heart has always been in the business of seeing hearts thrive thanks to the high-quality care we provide throughout Central Georgia. With three heart doctors and one nurse practitioner on staff, we…
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Your Heart Doctor Said to Change Your Lifestyle. Now What?

Your heart is one of your most vital organs, feeding oxygen- and nutrient-rich blood to your body day and night. Your daily habits and choices directly affect your heart’s function, so it’s crucial to take good care of yourself if you want your heart to be as healthy as possible. Those with a family history…
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When to Talk to Your Cardiologist About Valvular Heart Disease

In the simplest terms, valvular heart disease is a condition stemming from malfunctioning or damaged heart valves. Some people are born with dysfunctional heart valves, while others experience damage due to infection, degeneration (excessive wear, usually occurring with age), and the effects of general heart disease. How a Healthy Heart and Heart Valves Work The…
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Three Questions to Ask Your Middle GA Cardiologist at Your First Visit

Posing the right questions to your cardiologist at your first appointment can lead to a deeper understanding of your health and shed light on how to care for your heart.
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