IN THE MEDIA

Healthy Miami Magazine

Dr. Abella is an advisor for Healthy Miami Magazine. He was also featured in the Healthy Hearts sections of Healthy Miami January 2017 Edition.

Indulge Magazine

Dr. Abella appeared in Indulge, a publication of the Miami Herald.

Abella Heart Was Featured in The Miami Herald April 2017

Dr. Abella appeared in an Educational Vein Health Campaign in The Miami Herald.

Let’s Get Ready For Summer

Dr. Abella appeared in a series of Vein Health Marketing Campaigns Pre & Summer Seasons.

Miami Herald

Dr. Abella appeared in a publication of the Miami Herald.

Miami Herald

Ask Dr. Abella/Vein Health Column debuts in the Health Section of Tropical Life of Miami Herald.

Healthy-Miami.com

Dr. Abella was featured in the Digital Magazine Healthy-Miami.com

Miami Herald

Dr. Abella appeared in a publication of the Miami Herald.

Naples Daily News

Dr. Abella appeared in the Naples Daily News.

Complications from Uncontrolled Diabetes

Diabetes is far too serious a condition to ignore. And yet, countless American adults are doing just that. Living with undiagnosed and uncontrolled diabetes can lead to serious health problems that will handicap your lifestyle and irreparably damage your long-term...

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Sinus Versus Cold

It’s terrible being sick. When you’re an adult, you still have a full load of obligations and responsibilities that aren’t going to stop just because you have the sniffles. You feel low, exhausted, like you can’t pick up your head, it’s so heavy. But are you suffering...

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Heart Disease and Hispanic Women

Heart disease is the No. 1 killer of Hispanic women, yet only a third of them know this fact. How can a person prevent something that she isn’t aware is an issue? Hispanic women report that they spend their time and energy caring for their families. They pay attention...

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Hypertension in Women

Hypertension is a women’s health issue. We don’t say that enough. Also known as high blood pressure, hypertension damages not just your blood vessels, but your heart, your brain, and other vital organs. Women and men are almost at equal risk for high blood pressure...

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Are You Moving Enough?

Most Americans aren’t moving enough. Whether due to working in sedentary careers, being strapped for time, or having medical problems that make exercise difficult, this overwhelming lack of activity is scary because it’s leading us to develop otherwise preventable...

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