Heart Disease & When to Visit the ER

heart in hands

Unfortunately, heart disease is the leading cause of death among adults in the United States and a common reason we see patients in the ER. According to the CDC, at least 80 percent of premature deaths from heart disease and stroke could have been avoided. Thankfully, with this knowledge and medical studies, scientists and doctors have…

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February is American Heart Month

Thanks to Valentine’s Day, the symbol for February is a heart. ❤ You see it everywhere—on candy, cards, decorations, and clothing, so what better time to honor our hearts than with American Heart Month! In addition to AHM, February 5 is National Wear Red Day! Get involved by wearing red this Friday to help raise…

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Go Red for World Heart Day

Break out your red because Sunday, September 29th is World Heart Day! World Heart Day is an annual event launched by the World Heart Federation in 2000. People all around the world celebrate by wearing red and participating in organized events like walks, fitness sessions, marathons, science fairs, and public talks. There’s no limit to…

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