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  • Heart Attack Symptoms: 5 unusual signs women should take note of year-round

     
    As Heart Healthy Month draws to a close, a reminder to keep this vital muscle in check—especially women. It's a sobering statistic: 60 million Americans …...
  • Who would have thought breathing would be one of my biggest struggles in my workout?

     
    I subscribe to the thinking that breathing is a vital part of a workout. I’ve had teachers and trainers beat this into my head since I was young. Breathing during a workout helps maintaining the correct balance of oxygen and carbon dioxide in our blood....
  • Stretch to help prevent exercise injuries

    Stretch  to help prevent exercise injuries
    There's nothing like an injury to hinder your fitness progress — or stop it in its tracks. As everyone embraces the warmer weather and new activity, it's important to couple enthusiasm for whatever activities you choose with safe execution. First...
  • Fishermen Taken to Hospital After Possible Reaction to Oil, Chemicals

    Fishermen Taken to Hospital After Possible Reaction to Oil, Chemicals
    Seven Louisiana fishermen were treated Wednesday night at West Jefferson Medical Center in Marrero after reporting medical problems believed to be the result of exposure to either the chemical dispersants being used to to break up the leaking oil or the...
  • New Gadget Fixes Heart-Valve Back-Up

    New Gadget Fixes Heart-Valve Back-Up
    When Mary Ann Bernal's fatigue and shortness of breath were diagnosed as a leaky mitral valve in her heart, the Niles, Illinois, woman volunteered for a trial at NorthShore Evanston Hospital of a new, less invasive way to treat the debilitating and...
  • How to cope with the smoke if you have lung problems

    How to cope with the smoke if you have lung problems
    Even healthy people might want to forgo their morning run or bike rides this week, when the air will be fouled with smoke from the ongoing wildfire in the Everglades, health officials said Tuesday. People with breathing problems and children should...
  • Heartfelt care at UCI facility

    As manager of the cardiovascular program at the UC Irvine Medical Center, Nathalie De Michelis sees many patients who either have a propensity for heart failure or are well on their way and need help. That's where the hospital in Orange and its...
  • Mayor Bloomberg Urges Caution During Intense Weekend Heat

    Mayor Bloomberg Urges Caution During Intense Weekend Heat
    Another intense heat wave has descended upon the Tri-State area and according to the National Weather Service, temperatures could hit 110 degrees in areas in New Jersey and are expected to be in the mid to high 90's in New York City. Cooling centers will...
  • The difference between sudden cardiac arrest and heart attacks

    The difference between sudden cardiac arrest and heart attacks
    The new year brings a lot of resolutions to exercise. And sometimes the cold weather also means more snow shoveling. All that exertion can be harmful to people with abnormal hearts by leading to sudden cardiac arrest. Dr. Gordon Tomaselli, director of...
  • Arrest Made In Beating Death

    Arrest Made In Beating Death
    Terrebonne Parish Sheriff's deputies have made an arrest in the beating death of a 57 year-old man. Philbert Vincent was arrested and charged with second degree murder, following the early morning attack. Around 2:00 Saturday morning, deputies responded...
  • New campaign urges women to call 911 at heart attack warning signs

    New campaign urges women to call 911 at heart attack warning signs
    Marla Kalish, 58, of Highland Park, started experiencing chest pressure five years ago during her morning tennis matches. When she slowed down, the pressure would always dissipate, so she chalked it up to acid reflux. "I didn't really pause too much or...