World Heart Day: Preventing Cardiovascular Disease

In honor of World Heart Day on September 29th, we’re turning our focus to heart health this month. The World Heart Federation is a global community that believes every human being should have access to the information, care and treatment they need to keep their heart healthy, and World Heart Day is their biggest awareness-raising…

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Stroke Awareness: How to Recognize and Prevent Them

May is Stroke Awareness Month. So we’re here to help our community learn the signs of a stroke and fill them in how on preventive care can play a major role in decreasing your risk of stroke. According to Medicare.gov, more than 800,000 strokes happen each year in the United States. Strokes are the fifth…

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Cardiac Care at Ed Fraser Memorial Hospital

February is American Heart Month! We’re going to help shine a light on heart health, encourage our patients and community to make healthy lifestyle choices, and fill them in on how we can help folks with their cardiac care. According to the CDC, 1 in 4 Americans will die from heart disease, and it’s the…

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How to Recognize and Prevent Heart Disease

February is American Heart Month which allows us an opportunity to shine a light on the prevalence of heart disease and encourage our patients to adopt healthier lifestyles. Heart disease continues to be the leading cause of death for men and women. While heart disease can be deadly, it’s also preventable in most people. By…

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