Anthony C. Pearson, MD, is a noninvasive cardiologist and professor of medicine at St. Louis University School of Medicine. Dubbed “The Skeptical Cardiologist”, Dr. Pearson finds that evidence is very…ahem…“fishy” when it comes to the therapeutic benefit of omega-3 fatty acids (OMFAs) and fish oil supplements. What do you tell your patients about them?
Very cool or very scary? Published in the European Journey of Cardiology, a recent paper discussed a deep learning algorithm that uses facial recognition to assist in coronary artery disease (CAD) detection. The first work to demonstrate artificial intelligence (AI) being used to analyze faces to detect heart disease, can the technology be used for […]
NEJM explores the question: Are we, in fact, what we eat? Can the periodic flipping of a “metabolic switch” truly help patients?