Nieca Goldberg Contributor

Dr. Goldberg is a cardiologist and medical director of the NYU Langone Health Joan H. Tisch Center for Women’s Health.

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Life After Open-Heart Surgery: What to Expect During Recovery

Recovery from cardiac surgery is an ongoing process.

Medications for Heart Failure: Understanding Your Options

The #1 rule is to stick to your treatment plan.

What’s Safe After a Heart Attack? What Cardiologists Want All Patients to Know

Here’s how long to wait before having sex, driving, and more.

Diagnosing Heart Disease: The 8 Key Tests You Need to Know

Doctors have many different ways to check the heart’s function.

The 6 Biggest Diabetes Complications and How to Avoid Them

Diabetes can affect the entire body. Here’s how to ensure you stay healthy.

Exercise After a Heart Attack: What Cardiologists Want You to Know

Working out post-heart attack is actually essential for recovery.

The Signs Your Chest Pain Could Be a Heart Attack

Here’s how to tell if your chest aches spell heart trouble.

A Cardiologist’s Most Important Advice After a Heart Attack

Here’s a key takeaway any heart attack survivor needs to hear.

3 Dangerous Myths About Heart Disease in Women

Did you know this is the #1 threat to women’s health in America?

Symptoms of Heart Disease Vs. Heart Attack: What’s the Difference?

These serious heart conditions share similar signs.

A Silent Heart Disease Symptom You Should Never Ignore

Feeling this during a workout could mean heart trouble.

Heart Disease Warning Signs You Can’t Afford to Not Know

Some heart disease symptoms are easy to blow off.

Heart Disease in Women: Subtle Warning Signs You Need to Know

Tell-tale heart disease signs in women may surprise you.

Diabetes and Heart Disease: Key Facts You Must Know

Here's how to stay heart-healthy if you have diabetes.

What Is Atrial Fibrillation? Causes and Symptoms You Should Know

Here’s what AFib is doing to your ticker.

Treating Atrial Fibrillation: Options You Should Know About

Proper treatment is necessary to reduce your risk of stroke.

What Is Heart Failure, Exactly? What Cardiologists Want You to Know

Heart failure doesn’t mean your heart has stopped working.