Heart Health

Heart Health 23 Mar
By: Jon Stuart 0

7 Worst Things for a Woman’s Heart

Heart disease is the number one killer of women in the United States—killing one woman every 76 seconds—yet only one out of five American women actually believe it’s a threat. Heart disease is a catch-all term that includes a variety…

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Pregnancy 23 Mar
By: Jon Stuart 0

Pregnancy Strains the Heart—Here’s How to Protect Yours

Each day your heart beats about 100,000 times and pumps roughly 2,000 gallons of blood throughout your body. During pregnancy, it works harder to pump even more blood and support your developing baby. These changes aren’t as obvious as your…

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23 Mar
By: Jon Stuart 0

Should You Worry When Your Heart “Skips a Beat”?

If you sometimes feel like your heart “skips a beat”—even when you’re simply drifting off to sleep—it may seem like cause for alarm. The truth is, your heart isn’t really missing a beat. In fact, that sensation, also known as…

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Heart Risk 23 Mar
By: Jon Stuart 0

Surprising Signs Your Heart Health Is at Risk

The image is a familiar one—a man hunched over, clutching his chest in pain. It’s the universal symbol for a heart attack. This chest pain, along with shortness of breath and pain radiating down the arm, are often considered the…

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Vacation 23 Mar
By: Jon Stuart 0

Take a Vacation for Your Heart’s Sake

Are you a vacation slacker, someone who for one reason or another leaves precious, unused personal time on the table at the end of the year? If you are, and you think you’re an outlier—think again. A May 2018 survey…

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