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Pick Up the Pace

Every day your heart beats about 100,000 times. Think about that. What other kind of device could you count on to deliver so much work for something like 85 years and never be replaced? That’s the miracle of our hearts. You’d think that making your heart beat less would be helpful. Less work must equal …

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Prepare for the Unknown with Preventive Cardiology Services

Certain health problems, such as heart attacks, strokes, and blocked arteries, can happen to anyone. However, there are some individuals who are at a higher risk for developing heart disease or experiencing a cardiovascular "event" such as a heart attack or stroke. Preventive cardiology services can help these types of patients try to prevent a …

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When to See a Cardiovascular Doctor Instead of a Vascular Doctor

At first glance, cardiovascular care and vascular care may seem the same, but they are two dramatically different healthcare services that focus on different problems. Learning the differences between the two types of services can help you determine whether you should see a cardiovascular doctor or a vascular doctor. What is Heart Care? Heart care …

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Sclerotherapy: How to Prepare for Your Spider Vein Treatment

Physicians agree that when it’s time to get rid of unwanted vessels, sclerotherapy is the gold standard of spider vein treatment.  Understanding more about this procedure and the preparation necessary helps reduce the amount of stress patients undergo at their appointments and while recovering. Overview of Spider Veins and Sclerotherapy Vein doctors consider this spider …

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