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  • Deborah Heart and Lung Center and Hospital Foundation present the 6th Annual Women’s Health EXPODeborah Health Screenings: blood pressure; body fat analysis; pulmonary function test; balance; peripheral arterial disease; bariatric and wound center info; asthma and lung cancer info; and cholesterol/lipid panel for the first 250 visitors Read more...
  • American Heart Month: 6 heart-healthy habits February is American Heart Month, so why not evaluate your habits and take steps toward a heart-healthy lifestyle? Here’s what you can do: Read more...
  • It’s not too late for a flu shot You’ve made it this far into flu season without getting vaccinated, so why get a flu shot now? Believe it or not, flu activity tends to peak in January or February and flu can strike as late as May. As long as the virus is being spread, it’s not too late to get the shot. Read more...
  • New statin recommendations for those with heart risks The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force, an independent panel of experts in prevention medicine, has proposed new guidelines regarding the use of cholesterol-lowering statins. Read more...
  • Early treatment improves heart attack outcomes It’s long been known that decreasing the time from a heart attack patient’s arrival at the hospital to the time blood flow is restored improves the patient’s outcome. Read more...