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Hidden Causes of Hypertension

High blood pressure, or hypertension, often has no symptoms or warning signs. This silent foe can harm your blood vessels, heart, brain, eyes, and kidneys. An estimated 46 percent of adults ...
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Heart Failure Awareness Week

Heart Failure affects about 6.5 million Americans. To prevent your chances and make heart healthy decisions, learn more about the stages of Heart Failure.

 

As a continuation of Heart Month, this week is dedicated to raising awareness for Heart Failure. Heart Failure is a common condition resulting from a damaged or weakened heart, often from a heart attack or years of cardiovascular disease. While there is no cure for heart failure, it is preventable. Honor Heart Failure Awareness Week by spreading awareness about the stages of this disease and by making heart healthy choices for yourself and your family!

 

Heart Failure Awareness Week