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Paint the Town Pink is a community-wide effort to raise awareness of the importance of annual mammography and encourage women in our community, aged 40 and older, to have their annual mammogram; raise money to provide mammograms for uninsured or under-insured women; and to make a difference in the lives of women in our community

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Chest pain, shortness of breath, swelling, dizziness, are all common symptoms of a heart attack, but have you ever just wondered what causes them?  Steven Daniels, M.D., cardiologist affiliated with Meridian CardioVascular Network, takes us to the heart and provides an inside look of just what is happening inside during a heart attack

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You’ve heard the saying you can’t choose your family, but the same can sometimes be applied to certain health risk factors.  When it comes to heart disease some factors cannot be prevented, however Walter Miller, M.D., primary care physician and part of Meridian CardioVascular Network, provides us with a number of lifestyle modifications everyone can make to live a heart healthier life

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Many people can recognize chest discomfort in the left arm as a symptom of a cardiovascular problem, but what you might not know is chest discomfort can manifest itself in other parts of the body as well.  Michael Aaron, D.O., cardiologist affiliated with Meridian CardioVascular Networ, discusses the wide-range of symptoms of coronary artery disease (CAD)

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It is not uncommon to experience leg pain at some point in your life – especially while walking or exercising, but did you know severe leg pain and tiredness while walking could be a sign of peripheral arterial disease (PAD)?  PAD is a potentially serious vascular condition that could cause heart attack or stroke

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Many of us can recognize chest pain as a symptom of cardiovascular disease, but would you recognize symptoms if they appeared somewhere else in the body? Aditya Mehra, M.D., of Jersey Shore University Medical Center provides a list of symptoms everyone should know to help identify cardiovascular disease

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Although risk factors of cardiovascular disease can vary from person to person, David Zukoff, M.D., of Jersey Shore University Medical Center offers a few tips everyone can take to help reduce their risk through simple diet and exercise changes.

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Although cardiovascular disease has declined in past years it is still the number one killing disease. Tommy Ng, M.D., of Southern Ocean Medical Center provides an overview of cardiovascular disease including important information about risk factors and how overall lifestyle plays a role in a person’s prevention and management of the disease

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Barbara Sarno: Barbara’s heart attack started with minor arm pain…and ended with emergency angioplasty to restore blood flow to her heart.

Hear more health stories at meridiancardiovascularnetwork.com.

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After reviewing Robyn’s medical records, Dr. Kate advised her to take a stress test. Although Robyn thought she passed with flying colors…the results may have saved her life.

Hear more health stories at meridiancardiovascularnetwork.com.

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