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  • 6 ways to fight arrhythmia Arrhythmia refers to a heartbeat that's abnormal: slow, fast or irregular. Though it isn't always cause for concern, a doctor should evaluate arrhythmia. It can be a sign of heart function problems that can cause complications now or later in life. Read more...
  • Deborah wants your opinion! As part of our periodic community health needs assessment, we want to find out your views of health needs within your community. Please fill out our quick survey — ALL COMPLETED SURVEYS WILL AUTOMATICALLY BE ENTERED TO WIN A FREE I-PAD (drawing held Aug. 15, 2016)! Read more...
  • The truth about belly fat (and how to lose it!) Even if you're at a healthy weight, with a normal body mass index (BMI), belly fat may still be cause for concern. Read more...
  • ‘A cup a day,’ doctors say The results of a recent preliminary study may make the coffee drinkers of the world green with envy. Tea consumption—green or otherwise—has been linked to better heart health in adults. Over 6,000 participants with no history of heart disease were tracked based on their tea consumption over an average of around 11 years. Read more...