Start Your Heart-Healthy Diet February 8, 2019 What exactly is a heart-healthy diet? You hear it from your doctor and see it in advertisements, wellness articles and on the sides of food packaging, but you may not completely understand what it means.
Heart Health: Three Ways to Keep Your Heart Fine Tuned February 17, 2020 The good news is that—unlike your drive-through experience—you have direct control over how your heart performs on a daily basis. The even better news is just how easy it is to keep your heart on a path to lasting health.
Easy Changes to Reduce Risk of Heart Disease August 28, 2018 Heart disease is the number one cause of death in the U.S. It’s an umbrella term for the numerous conditions that can affect the heart, including arrhythmia, heart attack, stroke or heart valve problems.
Heartfelt Happiness November 3, 2021 With the holiday season approaching, reducing stress and enjoying each moment is essential to a healthy heart. Inspira Spirit of Women and Cardiac Partners hosted a virtual event where Kurt Kaulback, M.D., F.A.C.C. provided insight on how to achieve overall happiness while decreasing the risk of heart disease during a stressful but joyous season.
Heart Strong February 8, 2021 In honor of Heart Month, Inspira Spirit of Women hosted a webinar to empower women to take charge of their own heart health.
Heartburn & Acid Reflux Are heartburn and acid reflux the same? While often confused, the two have different medical definitions. Learn about the differences and treatment options from the team at Inspira.
Taking Diabetes to Heart September 27, 2019 If you have Type 2 Diabetes, snore, and feel tired after a full night’s sleep, you might have Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA).
Heart Valve Disease Your body has four heart valves: the aortic, pulmonary, mitral and tricuspid. Heart valve disease is when one or more of those valves doesn't open or close correctly.
Cardiology & Heart Health Inspira Cardiovascular Services, offers resources and experience in South Jersey to prevent heart disease; respond to emergencies; save lives; and restore heart health.
Bringing Clarity to Heart Disease Risk with Coronary Calcium Score Testing June 23, 2021 Men are twice as likely as women to have a heart attack during their lifetime, according to a study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association. There are many reasons why this may be true, including a greater occurrence of hypertension, diabetes, family history of heart disease, smoking and sleep apnea among men. While many risk factors for heart disease cannot be changed, knowing a patient’s risk can help prevent or better manage heart issues.