House Calls: Real Docs, Real Talk™
House Calls video host, Dr. Eduardo Sanchez, Chief Medical Officer for Prevention at the American Heart Association, answers your important questions about managing your heart and brain health to help you live a longer, healthier life.
We at House Calls understand you have a lot to manage in your daily lives and want to make managing your heart and brain health easier. Whether you want to prevent or better your health, House Calls can address your questions with answers that will fit into your daily routine. American Heart Association House Calls host, Dr. Eduardo Sanchez, Chief Medical Officer for Prevention, carefully reviews your question and offers science-backed advice on heart health habits and conditions, such as:
- Diet, Nutrition and Healthy Eating
- Flu, Covid, and RSV
- Importance of Learning CPR
- Hypertension and High Blood Pressure
- Heart Attack and Stroke Recovery
- Heart Disease and Menopause and other Life Stages
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Get To Know House Calls Host Dr. Eduardo Sanchez
Meet Dr. Eduardo Sanchez, the American Heart Association's chief medical officer for prevention, and the host of the weekly YouTube program House Calls: Real Docs, Real Talk. Dr. Sanchez is a first generation U.S. citizen whose parents were born and raised in the Dominican Republic. He is a family practice doctor by training and the former director of the Texas State Health Department. On House Calls, Dr. Sanchez offers information about health issues and science-backed advice to help you live a longer healthier life.
Migraines and your heart health
A migraine is much more than a bad headache. Migraine attacks can last for hours to days, and the pain can be so bad that it makes it hard to do everyday things. Can migraines cause a stroke? What's the link between migraines and high blood pressure? What can I do to protect my health if I experience migraine headaches? Watch House Calls with Dr. Eduardo Sanchez to get answers to your migraine questions.
Las causas más comunes de dolor en el pecho
El dolor de pecho no siempre significa un ataque al corazón o enfermedad cardiovascular. El Dr. Eduardo Sánchez explica tres causas comunes de dolor en el pecho -- reflujo gastroesofágico, angina y enfermedad de las arterias coronarias -- en House Calls.
El futuro de la telemedicina
La tecnología de asistencia médica telefónica, como las citas virtuales con su médico y el monitoreo a distancia por medio de dispositivos portátiles creció durante la reciente pandemia de COVID-19. El Dr. Eduardo Sánchez explica los beneficios y limitaciones de las citas virtuales y el futuro de la telemedicina.
¿Qué Causa Dolor en El Pecho?
El dolor de pecho no siempre significa un ataque cardíaco, pero puede serlo. En este episodio de House Calls, el Dr. Eduardo Sánchez, jefe médico de prevención en la American Heart Association, explica tres causas comunes de dolor en el pecho, qué hacer si los experimenta y cómo puede prevenirlos.
Indoor air quality and your health
Smoke, vapors, mold, and chemicals used in certain paints, furnishings, and cleaners affect the air we breathe. Watch this episode to learn about the types of pollutants that are typically found in peoples’ homes, how do they get there, and what impact they have on our health.
How long COVID affects kids
Long COVID in children still poses plenty of questions. It can include up to 60 symptoms, such as headaches, fatigue and brain fog. But children do seem to recover faster than adults. Get the facts from Dr. Eduardo Sanchez in this episode of House Calls.
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