By Arlene S. Bierman MD MS & David Meyers MD – During American Heart Month, we’re reminded that heart disease remains the Nation’s leading killer—claiming more than 600,000 lives each year and imposing considerable distress to millions of American families.
Monday is February 1st and that means the beginning of American Heart Month! This week’s Friday Five has apps, toolkits, webinars, resources and advice from the experts on all things heart and of course some things COVID-19.
Nurse Lauren, contributor of NursesNOW, offers tips to keep your heart healthy including eating right, exercising and quitting smoking.
Happy Valentine’s Day and Happy Heart Month! On this Valentine’s Day our Friday Five supports the initiative and provides some tools and resources to help keep our hearts happy.
As part of its continued support of the AHA’s Go Red for Women movement during American Heart Month, CVS Health announced it will be offering no-cost “Know Your Numbers” heart health screenings at MinuteClinic, the company’s retail medical clinic, on select Thursdays in February.
February is American Heart Month so we suggest you take a minute to watch Dr. Nick’s: Is Aspirin Good for Preventing Heart Disease?
February is American Heart Month. This week’s Friday Five provides readers with the latest heart statistics, information about the amazing heart and some things we all can start doing right this minute to take better care of it.
Nurse Lauren, HealthcareNOW Radio’s NursesNOW content contributor, discusses this week’s Wellness Wednesday tips and recaps all we have learned during American Heart Month.
By Dr. David Meyers – One of the greatest joys of being a family physician is celebrating with patients who have set a health goal and achieved it—the new father who quit smoking, the busy teacher who made the time to get back in shape and who completed her first 5K race…