During the holidays, many of us look forward to parties and gatherings with our loved ones. Unfortunately, all those seasonal treats can make for tighter waistbands and added pounds. Let our tips guide you into a healthier, more energetic holiday season.
1. Don’t show up to gatherings with an empty stomach:
At First Coast Cardiovascular Institute, we often see patients who complain of leg pain. This pain is often described as an “aching” or “cramping” in the legs. When this pain is matched with other symptoms, including tiredness, restlessness, burning, throbbing, or heaviness in the legs, then you may be suffering from pain associated with varicose veins and spider veins.
Although heart disease is a leading cause of death, it doesn’t have to be your own fate. There are ways that you can prevent heart disease and any future damage to your health and your heart. Today, we’ll explore different ways that you can incorporate healthy habits into your lifestyle
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Your cardiovascular health is no longer a one-man show; these days it takes a village of subspecialties to keep your ticker ticking!
It used to be that the general practitioner took care of all our medical needs. That was more than 50 years ago. Since then, the revolution in cardiovascular medicine and technology has made
Emergency surgery followed many missed chances to diagnose illness
By Sandra G. Boodman
Songer, then 54, was alone in his Jacksonville, Fla., home after a long day at work when he suddenly felt a searing pain — “like something hit me on the back of the head with a sledgehammer” — that
Women in Medicine Delivering Extraordinary Care at Orange Park Medical Center
By Cheryl Lock
That was the answer every one of the nine physicians—all of whom are on staff at Orange Park Medical Center — gave while being interviewed when the question was, “What do you love about your job?”
It’s a hard question