Erin D. ­Michos, MD, MHS

Erin D. ­Michos, MD, MHS, associate director of preventive cardiology at Johns Hopkins Ciccarone Center for the Prevention of Heart Disease and associate professor of medicine at Johns Hopkins Medicine, both in Baltimore.


Why Do I Need to Wear a Heart Monitor for So Long?

If you’re having palpitations or other unexplained heart symptoms, wearing a Holter monitor can help detect the cause. Here, details on the process…

Women's Health

Women: Don’t Think You’re Too Young to Have a Heart Attack

Nearly a third of all women suffering a heart attack are between 35 and 54 years old, and they often don’t get life-saving treatment.

Cardiovascular Disease

6 Heart Disease Prevention Myths: Aspirin, Omega 3s, Statins and More

“Good” cholesterol isn't so good anymore. Plus, the real story behind daily aspirin, Omega 3s, statins, HDL cholesterol, inflammation and more.