Heart Failure – Causes, Symptoms and Treatments
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Heart Failure – Causes, Symptoms and Treatments

Hi! I’m robo-Suzie and today I’ll talk to you about Heart Failure – Causes, Symptoms and Treatments. Also don’t forget to subscribe for more tips in the future! But back to our topic. The term heart failure, while loaded in context, is a general description of disorders related to the movement of blood to the […]

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Blood Pressure: WTF?
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Blood Pressure: WTF?

Welcome to Hot on Health, I’m Nurse Robbie. Blood Pressure – what the *bleep* is that? Have you ever been getting your blood pressure taken and as the cuff is tightening you’re thinking… ‘what is going on right no- OH MY GOD THIS CUFF IS TIGHT!’ Let’s break down what blood pressure actually is because […]

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Heart Failure video from Medical City Healthcare

– [Narrator] Did you know that heart failure affects 6,000,000 Americans, and 900,000 new cases are diagnosed each year? If you or a loved one is diagnosed with a heart condition, we recommend working with your doctor to monitor your ejection fraction. Ejection fraction measures how well your heart pumps blood to the body. It’s […]

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Getting your blood pressure checked in a community pharmacy

There’s a whole number of different health conditions that it’s important to check your blood pressure for and it’s something that can be done really easily in the privacy of the pharmacy. Blood pressure is one part of a health check that might include other measures such as cholesterol testing, blood glucose testing, a waist […]

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Heart Attack Symptoms for Women versus Men
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Heart Attack Symptoms for Women versus Men

Hi. I’m Dr. Adrian Preston and I’m a cardiologist at Cardiovascular Specialists of Central Maryland. I specialize in non-invasive cardiology, women’s heart health, and nuclear cardiology. There are differences sometimes in symptoms of heart attacks or angina for women than men and unfortunately, we do miss a lot of symptoms in women because of it. […]

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