Keep your heart in good shape.
It’s your beat that keeps you moving. Some of us have hearts that have trouble from birth while others of us see problems develop over time. Learn what you can do to keep your beat.
- Faster, more accurate heart scans can mean better and more individualized treatment.
- If you have unexplained leg pain, talk with your PCP.
- Ask your primary care provider to help you answer questions about heart health.
- Research shows cold weather can lead to more heart attacks. Here’s why and what you can do about it.
- Learn symptoms, screenings and preventive steps to help young people of all ages.
- If you have any symptoms, get care now. No symptoms? Get screened now.
- Staying active and a healthy diet should top your list.
- It’s American Heart Month. Here’s a great way to love your heart.
- Here are a few steps to follow that could help you or a loved one prevent a heart attack.
- Watch a recording of Dr. James Reiss's presentation on this important topic.
- Heart disease causes 1 in 4 deaths nationwide. Here’s what you need to know to protect your heart.
- How you “fuel” your body’s engine makes a difference in how well it runs and how long it lasts.
- Watch a recording of Dr. Sudeshna Banerjee's in-depth review of treatments for heart valve disease.
- Watch this webinar on how your nervous system affects the health of your heart and what you can do about it.
- Here’s what you need to know about bringing high cholesterol under control.
- Women and men can feel a heart attack differently. See which signs are in common and which are unique.
- New research shows four conditions women may develop during pregnancy that can increase their risk for heart disease.
- 67-year-old had no clue how much trouble she was in.
- Cardiologist shares shocking statistics and 7 risk factors specific to women
- Eugene-Springfield community pilots a new program to "crowdsource" CPR
- Try these tips to feel healthier and maybe even younger
- Olympian expresses gratitude to personal heroes for life-saving relay on Lake Whatcom