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Mix Up Your Routine With 5 Fun Workouts in Jax

We all know that regular exercise is good for our hearts, but hitting the gym day after day can get old fast. Luckily, there are lots of offbeat exercise options in Northeast Florida that will mix up your daily routine and get you back on track. We’ve listed a few ideas below, but you can also check sites

Mix Up Your Routine With 5 Fun Workouts in Jax

We all know that regular exercise is good for our hearts, but hitting the gym day after day can get old fast. Luckily, there are lots of offbeat exercise options in Northeast Florida that will mix up your daily routine and get you back on track. We’ve listed a few ideas below, but you can also check

Exercise Regularly to Keep Your Heart Healthy

Springtime in Florida means more sunshine, fresh air, and longer days – it’s the perfect time to kick-start your exercise routine after a long winter of staying indoors and indulging too much. Exercise is also good for your health; physical activity can improve your mood and lower your risk for cardiovascular disease and stroke. For adults, the

Exercise Regularly to Keep Your Heart Healthy

Springtime in Florida means more sunshine, fresh air, and longer days – it’s the perfect time to kick-start your exercise routine after a long winter of staying indoors and indulging too much. Exercise is also good for your health; physical activity can improve your mood and lower your risk

Dr. Khatib Interview with WSOS St. Augustine

In honor of American Heart Month, Dr. Khatib sat down with Kevin Geddings and Sam Mascato of WSOS 99.5 – St Augustine to discuss the trends he’s seen in heart disease over his 15-year career. A few highlights: (more…)

Dr. Khatib Interview with WSOS St. Augustine

In honor of American Heart Month, Dr. Khatib sat down with Kevin Geddings and Sam Mascato of WSOS 99.5 – St Augustine to discuss the trends he’s seen in heart disease over his 15-year career. A few highlights: (more…)

Dr. Cox Shines a Light on PAH for American Heart Month

American Heart Month is just wrapping up, but your cardiovascular health should be a concern all year long. Dr. Marcus Cox recently sat down with the team at First Coast Living to share information about pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH).
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Dr. Cox Shines a Light on PAH for American Heart Month

American Heart Month is just wrapping up, but your cardiovascular health should be a concern all year long. Dr. Marcus Cox recently sat down with the team at First Coast Living to share information about pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH).
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Learn About Uncommon Heart Attack Symptoms

Most people are aware of the common heart attack symptoms: pressure, tightness, or pain in the chest. But some people can experience cardiac arrest without these symptoms. Individuals at higher risk – men over the age of 45 and women over 55 – must educated themselves about all the warning signs in order to identify or even

Reaching a Milestone in Cardiac Care: The Subcutaneous ICD

First Coast Cardiovascular Institute has hit another milestone – last month, Dr. Morhaf Ibrahim was one of the first physicians in the area to implant the new, leadless subcutaneous implantable cardiac defibrillator (S-ICD™) device. This device, developed by Boston Scientific, is a safe, noninvasive way to

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