Depression could increase heart failure risk

The Libin Cardiovascular Institute of Alberta‘s Dr. Jonathan Howlett, Clinical Professor of Medicine in the Department of Cardiac Sciences, was recently interview on Canada AM. Dr. Howlett addressed a new study that has found people who suffer from heart diseases and then depression are at greater risk of having heart failure. To watch the interview, click the picture or link below (be patient, you’ll have to watch an advertisement first):


Canada AM Interview – LINK


Prior related stories include:

Karen Owen interviews Dr. Howlett on possibility of a heart failure epidemic

Replay – Libin Institute Grand Vascular Rounds presented by Dr. Howlett: Is there really a heart failure epidemic? Why heart failure may become a young person’s problem


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