Dr. Chauncey Crandall is a world famous cardiologist who edits Dr. Crandall’s Heart Health Report. The monthly report shares information on how to prevent, fight and even reverse heart disease. Readers learn ways to fight high blood pressure, high blood cholesterol and angina, according to Newsmax Health.
At 48, Dr. Crandall suffered a massive heart attack that required emergency surgery and heart stents. His own battle and successful recovery from heart disease inspired his advocacy on preventive cardiology, Newsmax Health explains. The Heart Health Report contains practical strategies for living with a healthy heart and free from symptoms, stress and medications. They apply to all kinds of patients, whether they were recently diagnosed with a heart disease, have been afflicted with it for many years or simply want to prevent it.
Dr. Crandall is a frequent guest on radio and national television programs as a heart expert and regularly lectures on cardiology topics that focus on prevention, heart care for seniors and heart transplants in the United States and abroad, notes Simple Heart Test. He is also affiliated with several hospitals in the Jupiter, Florida, area, such as the Good Samaritan Medical Center, St. Mary's Medical Center and Jupiter Medical Center, according to U.S. News. Dr. Crandall trained at Mt. Sinai School of Medicine and Yale-New Haven Hospital.