Heart Health

Preventing a Stroke

Strokes occur when the blood supply to the brain is interrupted. According to the National Stroke Association a stroke occurs every 40 seconds with 1 person dying every 4 minutes. Signs of a Stroke Signs of a stroke can be determined by using an acronym called F.A.S.T. – think of the fact that the faster

Do You Know What Kills More Women Than Anything?

Wearing red in February is a reminder of women and heart health, at any age, because heart attacks are the number 1 killer of women! Because the signs are so subtle in women, they are often ignored. Many people don’t realize that women’s symptoms for a heart attack can differ from those of men. In

Are You At Risk For A Stroke?

What is a stroke? When blood flow is blocked or cut off from reaching the brain, the brain becomes depleted of oxygen and brain cells begin to die off almost immediately; causing an ischemic stroke. Ischemic strokes are the most common types of stroke and can happen due to various reason with a blood clot in

Heart Health Tips for The Homebound

It’s important for everyone both young and elderly to take note of some simple tips and ideas to keep heart healthy. You or a loved one may be homebound for a variety of reasons, perhaps none even associated with heart issues, but keeping a heart healthy attitude can help make every day a gift! Keep