Hypertension, Pre-hypertension & Stroke

Hypertension, Pre-hypertension & Stroke “In ten days I had a total of three massive strokes.” Phyllis Rollins is pretty confident as to what caused her debilitating stroke. “Smoking caused my stroke. They found a block in my brain and it was 89 percent nicotine,” says Phyllis. But many people never suspect they had warning signs…

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Cardiology Visit Q&A

Cardiology Visit Q&A What are EKGs and ECHOs? How do they work? Will parents get same day test results for these tests? Learn the answers to these questions and more on this episode of #PhoenixChildrensLive! #FacebookLive The Phoenix Children’s Heart Center provides a continuum of care to individuals from before birth through adulthood. The clinical…

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Preventing Heart Attacks through Lifestyle Habits

Preventing Heart Attacks through Lifestyle Habits Heart disease is the #1 killer of both men and women in the US. In this video Dr. Sinatra explains prevention techniques and lifestyle changes that can help you reduce your risk of heart attack and other critical heart events.

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BREAKFAST FOR MILD STROKE PATIENT

BREAKFAST FOR MILD STROKE PATIENT The fact that eggs can reduce your risk of having a stroke is interesting, however more research is needed to fully understand this association, #WATCH YOUR DAILY CONSUMED #HEALTHY LIFESTYLE #START WITH DAILY ROUTINE

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Pediatric Exams: Stroke in Children

Pediatric Exams: Stroke in Children Stroke affects children as well as adults. A pediatric neurologist explains signs and symptoms of pediatric stroke and demonstrates an exam. For more: http://www.chop.edu/stroke Rebecca Ichord, MD, director of the Pediatric Stroke Program at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, reviews signs and symptoms of pediatric stroke and demonstrates a clinical…

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