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Five Cardiac Risk Factors You Need to Know | Healthy Driven Chicago Your diet can play a large role in your risk for heart disease. Learn more about the other risk factors you might not be focusing on.
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New Technology Improves Heart Disease Screenings & Treatment | Healthy Driven Chicago The sooner heart disease is detected, the better. Learn how new technologies have improved screenings and treatments.
Advances in technology are allowing more patients with heart disease to undergo successful treatment.
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About 600,000 people die of heart disease in the United States every year. But you CAN reduce your risk! Our doctor explains how in this Healthy Minute video from @NCTV17 >>> https://t.co/Im5ptWp0kS

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#HeartDisease is the leading cause of death for American men and women. Watch Dr. Michelle Meziere and Wendy Murphy answer common questions about #HeartAttacks on @WindyCityLIVE. https://t.co/S8rxamua3I
Windy City Live: Heart Health | Healthy Driven Chicago Dr. Michelle Meziere and Wendy Murphy from Edward Elmhurst Health had the chance to sit down on Windy City LIVE to answer common questions about heart attacks. Watch now.
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Your heart is working hard day in day out, but sometimes things don't run so smoothly. Learn why you shouldn't ignore the symptoms of heart palpitations. http://bit.ly/HeartArrhythmias
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Healthy Driven Chicago Windy City Live Heart Health Segment February is heart health month. Dr. Michelle Meziere of Elmhurst Hospital and Wendy Murphy, Edward Hospital CPR/AED instructor were featured on Windy City LIVE to talk about how to take care of your heart.

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Healthy Driven Chicago Windy City Live Heart Health Segment February is Heart Health Month. Dr. Michelle Meziere of Elmhurst Hospital played "Fact or Fiction: Heart Health Month Edition" to help us answer the big questions around heart health.

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There's a natural tendency to think heart disease won't affect you, but even if you feel fine, you could still be at risk. http://bit.ly/CardiacFactorsYouNeedToKnow
From family history to high blood pressure, you could still be at risk for #heartdisease without even knowing it. #heartmonth #hdchi
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There are several factors that can cause a person to experience an arrhythmia including high #bloodpressure, #dehydration, and #exhaustion. #hearthealth #heartmonth
Your Heart's Rhythm: Treatments to Stay on Beat | Healthy Driven Chicago If your heart feels like it's skipping a beat or fluttering, don't ignore it. Learn more on why untreated arrhythmias can lead to a heart attack or stroke.
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Five Cardiac Risk Factors You Need to Know | Healthy Driven Chicago February is Heart Month. Now is the time to start understanding your risk factors for heart disease. Learn more.
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Just because you feel good doesn't mean you're in good #health. It's important to understand your #heartdisease risk factors so you can take steps to prevent or detect heart issues before they become a problem. #hearthealth #heartmonth #hdchi
New Technology Improves Heart Disease Screenings & Treatment | Healthy Driven Chicago New technologies mean less invasive heart procedures. Learn more about what's changed in heart screenings and treatment.
Advances in technology are allowing more patients with heart disease to undergo successful treatment.
Common Heart Disease Risk Factors Even if you don’t currently have symptoms, you could be at risk for heart disease. Find out what steps you need to take to better understand your cardiac risk.
Understand Your Risk for Heart Disease Learn what steps you can take to better understand your risk for heart disease.