5 Facts All Men Need to Know About Heart Disease

Although you may be thinking that Men’s Health Week is over, now is exactly the time to keep it on your mind. Preventing heart disease is all about the long game. It takes endurance, dedication, will-power, and a good support network. For some that may sound like pain, suffering, and torture. It doesn’t have to be like that though. Staying healthy can be challenging, but … Continue reading 5 Facts All Men Need to Know About Heart Disease

American Heart Month

Happy Heart Month! February is named American Heart Month and is dedicated to spreading awareness about heart disease and promotion of heart health. Did you know that the World Health Organization and the Center for Disease Control estimate heart disease to be 80% preventable with the right knowledge and lifestyle changes? Medical devices and pharmaceuticals are incredible nowadays, but are largely focused on treating conditions … Continue reading American Heart Month

Young Women and Heart Attacks Series – I

For ages, heart attack or myocardial infarction (MI) has been dismissed as an ‘old man’s disease’. However, not only is it one of the leading causes of deaths in old women, but also afflicts a sizeable proportion of young women. Data from American Heart Association (AHA) and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) suggest that more than 10,000 women under 45 years of age … Continue reading Young Women and Heart Attacks Series – I