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Is It A Stroke? Think FAST!

Is It A Stroke? Think FAST!

Strokes and heart attacks are two of the most common causes of death in the US, accounting for a combined 1/3 of all American deaths annually.Some of the main contributors to strokes and heart attacks are cardiovascular ailments that show no visible symptoms before...

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Is it Safe to Have Sex if You Have Heart Disease?

Is it Safe to Have Sex if You Have Heart Disease?

If you have heart disease, you may feel some trepidation about whether your cardiovascular system can handle sustained exertion. Maybe your doctor has warned you to avoid strenuous physical activity to reduce your risk of heart attack or other cardiac complications. A...

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Vertigo… Not Just A Hitchcock Movie

Vertigo… Not Just A Hitchcock Movie

Vertigo is a symptom (rather than a disease) which involves feelings of dizziness, as though your surroundings are spinning or moving. It can vary in intensity and duration, in some cases being very brief while in more severe instances it can be debilitating and last...

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Aneurysms Can Happen In Your Abdomen?

Aneurysms Can Happen In Your Abdomen?

An abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) is a weakened, bulging spot in your abdominal aorta, which supplies blood to the lower part of your body. Annually, 200,000 Americans are diagnosed with AAA. AAA's don't always cause problems, but can sometimes cause pain in the...

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The Relationship Between Diabetes and Heart Disease

The Relationship Between Diabetes and Heart Disease

Did you know that cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the most common cause of death for people who suffer from type 2 diabetes?Blood vessels and nerves that are connected to your heart can be damaged by high blood sugar caused by diabetes. This can eventually lead to...

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Understanding Copays, Deductibles, and Coinsurance

Understanding Copays, Deductibles, and Coinsurance

Navigating your health insurance can be confusing. We are here to help you understand your out-of-pocket expenses so that you can better manage your health-care costs. Out-of-pocket expenses include:Copay: A copay is a fixed amount that you pay for medical services at...

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Are You At Risk For Myocarditis?

Are You At Risk For Myocarditis?

Myocarditis is an inflammation of the heart muscle which reduces our heart's ability to pump. Severe myocarditis can lead to serious health problems like arrhythmias, heart failure, and sudden cardiac death. Contracting a virus, such as COVID, is a risk factor for...

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How a Cholesterol Test Can Save Your Life

How a Cholesterol Test Can Save Your Life

Cholesterol is a fatty substance that exists in your blood. Doctors separate cholesterol into "good" and "bad" types. When people say they have high cholesterol, they usually mean they have excessive amounts of low-density lipoprotein (LDL cholesterol) in their blood....

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Diagnosing an Irregular Heartbeat: What is ECG Monitoring?

Diagnosing an Irregular Heartbeat: What is ECG Monitoring?

Irregular heartbeat or atrial fibrillation can have serious implications with regard to your cardiovascular health. Heartbeat irregularities can range significantly in type and severity, but in some cases may cause debilitating physical symptoms, as well as placing...

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Why Binge-Watching Is Bad For Your Health

Why Binge-Watching Is Bad For Your Health

A lot of people are guilty of binge-watching a TV show. You get hooked on a story and before you know it you've watched an entire season in one sitting. It turns out, this may actually be bad for your health. A study recently published by the European Journal of...

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