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Everything You Should Know About Living with a Pacemaker Posted by control

Pacemakers are a life-changing piece of technology successfully saving lives since 1985. Still, it’s natural for people to feel anxiety when they find out they need one. Irregular heartbeats and cardiac conditions such as bradycardia, syncope, or even heart failure can be reasons for needing a pacemaker. Being informed is the first step to lessening your anxiety. Here are some of the things you should know about living with a pacemaker. Pacemaker Insertion Isn’t a Complicated Procedure Surgical procedures of

Help Keep Your Child’s Heart Healthy at Every Stage of Life Posted by control

Typically, older adults require more cardiac care. However, there is no age restriction dictating who experiences cardiac failure or heart defects. 40,000 children are born with heart defects in the United States each year. Congenital heart defects are the most common type of birth defect in newborns. Affected children either undergo surgery early in life to repair their hearts or need treatment to minimize symptoms. Many kids are living longer and happier lives thanks to advancing technology. These children are

Thanksgiving spread with turkey and vegetables
Tips for a Heart Healthy Thanksgiving Posted by Brookhaven Heart

Thanksgiving is about enjoying time with our family and celebrating with traditional foods we know and love. Unfortunately, many of those foods are packed with fat, sodium, sugar and too many calories. Thanksgiving is the start of the holiday season and many people say the start of the holiday weight gain. Eating healthy starting with Thanksgiving will help you stay on track the rest of the season.  Make healthy substitutions for butter and cream To replace butter in recipes, choose

Varicose Veins
What Are Varicose Veins? Posted by Joe Stewart

A varicose vein is a condition caused by thin or damaged vein walls and valves. They may form whenever blood pressure increases inside your veins. Many reasons these occur can be pregnancy, constipation, a tumor, or being overweight and obese. The most common signs of varicose veins are in the legs, but sometimes varicose veins form in other parts of the body. Different Types of Varicose Veins Another type of varicose vein are hemorrhoids that originate in the rectum. Varicoceles

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