Heart Disease

February is National Heart Month

|   February 6, 2017   |   Heart Disease

February is National Heart Month

Here’s the classic movie scene…an older man gets upset, clutches his chest and collapses to the ground. In this scenario, almost everyone would bet that the man is having a heart attack. The problem is that sometimes heart attacks aren’t so obvious, especially in women. Interestingly, the overall number of deaths caused by heart disease has decreased over the years, but the numbers haven’t decreased as much in women as in men. As we begin American Heart Month, let’s talk about why.

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Are You Lacking Sleep?

|   November 14, 2016   |   Heart Disease

Are You Lacking Sleep?

Is lack of sleep causing a disruption in your day-to-day life? An impact on your normal functions – work, appetite, school - might not be where it stops.

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What You Can Do To Prevent Heart Disease

August 20, 2016   |   Heart Disease

What You Can Do To Prevent Heart Disease

Heart Disease is the number one killer of women in America and it is an indiscriminate killer. Heart disease does not care if you are young or old, fit or overweight, or if you have no family history of the disease. It can strike anyone at anytime.

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