Behind the Blue Examines Women's Heart Health With Dr. Gretchen Wells, Gail Cohen

Behind the Blue Examines Women's Heart Health With Dr. Gretchen Wells, Gail Cohen

February is American Heart Health Month, and this past Feb. 3 marked the 14th annual National Wear Red Day for Women. It’s a day designed to call our attention to recognizing heart disease as the No. 1 killer of women in this country, and to raise awareness of women’s overall heart health.

'Gill Goes Red' Shares Treats and Tips in Celebration of Heart Month

'Gill Goes Red' Shares Treats and Tips in Celebration of Heart Month

Kate Breeden closed her eyes as she took a bite, trying to concentrate on the flavors of the food she was sampling.

"Well, it's definitely a brownie," she said, "but I have no idea what the mystery ingredient is. Maybe carob instead of chocolate, or dates? But I'm not 100 percent sure to be honest."

Gill Heart Institute Cardiovascular Research Day Presents Scientific Achievement in Heart Health

Gill Heart Institute Cardiovascular Research Day Presents Scientific Achievement in Heart Health

Clinicians and basic scientists convened to discuss challenges, triumphs and future directions in cardiovascular disease research during the 19th Annual Gill Heart Institute Cardiovascular Research Day on Nov. 4.

UK Gill Heart Institute Partners with The Christ Hospital for Clinical Trial

UK Gill Heart Institute Partners with The Christ Hospital for Clinical Trial

UK HealthCare's Gill Heart Institute and The Christ Hospital in Cincinnati have partnered to test a new treatment for adults with congenital heart disease.

The COMPASSION Trial will test the efficacy of the Sapien 3 valve as a replacement for a diseased pulmonary valve. The Sapien 3 has already been approved for replacement of the aortic valve.

Loria Presents Gender-Based Cardiovascular and Metabolic Research at 2015 APS Conference

Loria Presents Gender-Based Cardiovascular and Metabolic Research at 2015 APS Conference

Analia Loria, assistant professor of pharmacology and nutritional sciences at the University of Kentucky, will be a featured presenter at the First Physiology and Gender Conference organized by the American Physiological Society this week.

Gill Heart Institute Receives $2.85 Million Grant to Study How Diet, Family History Increase Heart Attack Risk

Gill Heart Institute Receives $2.85 Million Grant to Study How Diet, Family History Increase Heart Attack Risk

Researchers at the University of Kentucky's Gill Heart Institute have been awarded a four year, $2.85 million grant from the National Heart Lung and Blood Institute to study the mechanisms by which diet and family history increase the risk of heart attacks.