Heart Talk on WGY

Heart Talk on WGY

Heart Talk presented by Capital Cardiology Associates is a half-hour program Sundays at 1pm, focused on patient education on patient education, heart health news, trends, and cardiac risk prevention. Heart Talk is hosted by Michael Arce and features a different board-certified cardiologist from Capital Cardiology Associates every week. Our featured cardiologists include: Dr. Robert Benton Dr. Lance Sullenberger Capital Cardiology Associate is a benchmark cardiology practice committed to improving our patients’ quality of life. We have offices in Albany, Clifton Park and Troy. By providing state of the art diagnostics, board certified physicians and a caring and competent staff, we offer the highest quality of care in a comfortable, supportive atmosphere.... Show More

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October 25, 2020 24 min
A stroke can happen to anyone, at any time, anywhere. Stroke is a leading cause of death and disability worldwide, but almost all strokes could be prevented. Dr. Alan Boulos is a neurologist at Albany Med. He joins us today to discuss how almost all strokes can be prevented.
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October 23, 2020 25 min
Since entering the world as a novel coronavirus in January to being named COVID-19 in February, the medical and scientific communities have worked non-stop to find a vaccine. Dr. Brion Winston visits to share what we have learned about heart damage
from contracting COVID.
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October 11, 2020 24 min
Sudden Cardiac Arrest Awareness Month is a vital initiative set forth by the Heart Rhythm Society to educate the public and raise awareness for sudden cardiac arrest. Dr. Kevin Woods joins the program today to help us learn more about the risk factors and warning signs that can help save a life.
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October 4, 2020 25 min
Is fat the new normal? Diane Hart is the President and Executive Director of the National Association for Health and Fitness. She is here to breakdown America’s obesity epidemic and the public health professionals that are fighting it.
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September 27, 2020 24 min
World Heart Day is Tuesday, September 29th. This year’s theme is, “Use Heart” in all decisions, as your heart is the only organ you can hear and feel. Dr. Lance Sullenberger visits with us today to discuss the importance of heart health and preventing cardiovascular disease.
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September 13, 2020 25 min
Guest Doctor: Dr. Lance Sullenberger
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September 6, 2020 24 min
While women make up a little more than half of medical school students and are reaching equality in many medical specialties, they make up less than 13% of cardiologists. Dr. Donna Phelan checks in to address the issues women care most about during Women in Medicine month.
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August 30, 2020 24 min
Three US drug companies are in the late-stages of trials on a possible coronavirus vaccine. Maura Falli is a Resident at Albany College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences. She’s here to explain the timetable of drug development.
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August 23, 2020 25 min
Charles Woodruff has been coaching runners since the 90’s and joins us to talk about the simplest form of exercise - running!
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August 20, 2020 24 min
September marks National Atrial Fibrillation Awareness Month, a critically important time to highlight life threatening arrhythmia. Dr. James O'Brien specializes in heart rhythm management. He joins us to share what AFib patients need to be aware of with COVID.
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August 17, 2020 25 min
Because your brain controls everything your body does, a stroke will affect the way your body functions. Dr. Alan Boulos, is the Chair of Neurosurgery at Albany Medical Center. He joins us on HeartTalk to explain how stroke affects your brain.
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August 9, 2020 25 min
The coronavirus started out as a health pandemic,
but the outbreak will create long-lasting changes to
the way we live and work. Miranda VonFricken is a
career and life coach. She explains how to overcome
the challenges in today’s job market.
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Dr. Heather Stahura joins our discussion on how
heart disease continues to be a major driver in
COVID cases. We’ll also discuss how health care
providers are preparing for future virus outbreaks.
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Global Employee Health & Fitness Month (GEHFM) is an international and national observance of health and fitness in the workplace created by the National
Association for Health and Fitness. This usually takes play during May but due to coronavirus, GEHFM is virtually year round! Diane Hart is the President and
Executive Director of the National Association for Health and Fitness. She is here to share how you can improve your heal...
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July 19, 2020 25 min
The message is clear whether it is from worship or your healthcare provider: It is up to each of us to take care of the body we have been given. Father Doudoukjian visits today to share the role of faith in your health and how churches are in need during this pandemic.
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July 12, 2020 24 min
As the Capital Region entered Phase 4 of reopening on July 1st, there were three businesses that did NOT make the list. Jeannine Trimboli is the Owner of Real Fit Life, a private fitness club in Guilderland. She joins us to discuss what gyms will need to show to reopen in New York State.
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July 5, 2020 25 min
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June 28, 2020 25 min
Regular activity and exercise are two of the most important things you can do every day for your heart health. But how, and how much? Dan Myers is an exercise physiologist at Capital Cardiology Associates and joins us today with tips on how to
safely stay active.
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The after-visit summary (AVS) is a paper or electronic document given to patients after a medical appointment, which is intended to summarize patients’ health and guide future care, including self-management tasks. But how many of us really understand what it means? And how does your doctor use it? Dr. Connor Healey is here to share his thoughts on improving your visit.
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The role of public health and medical professionals changed during the recent virus pandemic. Dr. Brion Winston is an interventional cardiologist with a Masters in
Public Health from Columbia University. Dr. Winston is on today to discuss who public health officials are and what they do in keeping communities safe.
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