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New Vs. Refurbished AEDs

Posted by Dan Cromar on 4/29/2015

An AED, Automated External Defibrillator, is an important part of any emergency safety station whether in a workplace, restaurant, hotel or around the home. With simple instructions, anyone can use an AED, potentially saving the life of someone suffering from cardiac arrhythmia, or irregular heartbeats.

By delivering an electric shock, an AED returns the heart to its normal rhythm, giving time for paramedics to arrive while avoiding cardiac arrest.

When looking to purchase an AED, one of the first things you will need to decide is whether to purchase a new or a refurbished unit.

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Hosting A Heart Health-Friendly BBQ

Posted by Dan Cromar on 4/22/2015

With warmer weather, thoughts often turn to barbecues. However, the typical barbecue foods such as hot dogs, potato salad and chips tend to be not good for the heart.

Fortunately, it is possible to host a heart-friendly barbecue that is both healthy and delicious.

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The Role Of Genetics In Heart Diseas

Posted by Dan Cromar on 4/8/2015

How concerned are you of heart disease being in your future? 

Since more than 600,000 Americans die of heart disease, most adults should certainly be concerned about their future. Almost 25% of all U.S. deaths are attributed to heart disease annually.

Perhaps, you should consider what conditions may be putting you at a higher risk to develop heart disease. Factors such as high blood pressure, diabetes, and high cholesterol should be checked regularly. 

However, are you aware of the fact that family histories including shared genetic factors can often reveal a tendency toward heart disease in a family?

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Unextpected Things That Can Indicate Heart Health

Posted by Dan Cromar on 4/1/2015

Heart health is something that almost everyone is concerned with as they age. In the United States, the number one killer of people is heart disease. 

Heart disease is the gradual erosion of the heart over time, ultimately resulting in death. Many people track the typical markers of heart disease like high blood pressure and cholesterol and assume they are fine these markers are in place. 

However, there are unexpected factors in heart health that many people do not realize can be indicative of future heart disease. 

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