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Feb • 1 • 2023

3 Things to Know About Women's Heart Health

February is American Heart Month ― a time to call attention to heart health issues such as heart disease and stroke. Cardiovascular disease is the No. 1 killer of women, causing 1 in 3 deaths each...

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Jan • 31 • 2023

What You Need to Know About a Heart Scan

Though we see great advances in prevention and treatment, heart disease continues to be the leading cause of death in the United States. One person dies every 36 seconds within our country's...

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Jan • 29 • 2023

Planning a Heart Healthy Diet for Your Family

Eating a heart-healthy diet can significantly reduce your risk of heart attack or stroke and many other health problems.

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Jan • 4 • 2023

What is Cardiac Arrest?

Cardiac arrest, or sudden cardiac arrest as it is more formally known, is a medical emergency. It happens when an event, usually an electrical disturbance, quickly and unexpectedly causes your heart...

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Dec • 21 • 2022

Frosty Grip Brings Frostbite and Other Weather-Related Worries

Much of the U.S. is facing severe winter storms and subzero temperatures. And one of the first concerns, if you're outdoors, should be frostbite.

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Dec • 18 • 2022

Be Careful Shoveling Snow After a Winter Storm

When Mother Nature unleashes her winter furry of snow and ice, the scenery can be beautiful - if you are enjoying the view from inside your warm home.

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Dec • 6 • 2022

8 Facts About Flu and What To Do If You Get Sick

Influenza (the flu) is an infection of the nose, throat, and lungs caused by influenza viruses. There are many different influenza viruses that are constantly changing. They cause illness, hospital...

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Dec • 4 • 2022

How to Combat Stress Around the Holidays

For some, the holidays can bring a lot of stress along with the festivities. The stress is no wonder since this time of year often brings extra demands like parties, shopping, baking, traveling, and...

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Dec • 2 • 2022

How to Cope With Loss During the Holidays

Holidays just aren’t the same when you have lost a loved one. Though coping with the emptiness is challenging every day, the grief can be perplexing and overwhelming during this time of year.

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Dec • 1 • 2022

Your Healthcare Checklist for the New Year

On New Year's Eve, we think about changes we would like to make in the coming year. Many go so far as to make resolutions to make positive changes in their life. Some even keep those resolutions for...

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Oct • 2 • 2022

Mammogram Myths: 5 Common Misunderstandings

Despite decades of public health awareness about the importance of mammograms, many women are still resistant to getting them. Fear and opposition may be due to persistent myths about mammograms.

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Sep • 9 • 2022

Identifying and Managing Chronic Pain

Nearly 100 million Americans experience chronic pain, more than those who have diabetes, heart disease, and cancer combined.

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