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Treating the Uninsured: Inspiring Hope in a Time of Crisis

Roughly 28 million US adults under the age of 65 are uninsured, according to the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention. It’s usually these patients that need care the most.

We strive towards compassionate, yet cost-effective care. This means we want to keep patients out of the hospital, and particularly out of the emergency rooms. Organizations such as WeCare &

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Acai Breakfast Bowl

Acai berries are known for being one of the most nutritious fruits in the world. It is claimed they are helpful for several health concerns, including arthritis, weight loss and high cholesterol. The berry is also filled with fiber and heart-healthy fats! Acai berries also contain more antioxidant

Assess Your Heart Risk

Early detection is key in treating heart disease before it escalates into a more serious condition like heart attack or stroke. It’s important to recognize the symptoms and consult with your doctor if they start to interfere with your daily routine. Take the quiz below to find out more about your heart health.

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Thoughtful Tuesday

“A friend is someone who gives you total freedom to be yourself.” -Jim Morrison 

Friendship is proven to reduce your stress levels and anxiety which keeps the heart healthy. How do you show your friends how much they mean to you?


Thoughtful Tuesday

“Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall.”

— Confucius

Making mistakes are part of life’s journey. How you overcome these mistakes is a true testaments to your character. How will you rise to up over your obstacles today?

How to Save on Healthcare Costs

The healthcare system is a complex network of insurance companies and medical facilities that are essential to everyone’s well-being. Between doctor’s appointments, prescription medications and other important tests, the price tag for quality healthcare can be rather daunting. Thankfully there are ways to save money on your healthcare costs without sacrificing

Why Do I Have So Many Cardiologists?

“Why Do I Have So Many Cardiologists?”

You’re at your appointment to see your cardiologists. He schedules you for a follow-up with an Electrophysiologist. Perhaps he’s asked you to see an Interventional Cardiologist for a procedure. You are asking yourself what all of this means and why you need so many

Marital Up and Downs May Impact Men’s Heart Health

This probably isn’t the first time you’ve heard marital status impacts your heart health.  Previous studies have shown that men who are married are less likely to develop heart disease compared to men who are single, divorced or widowed. However, new studies suggest there may be more to the story than

Thoughtful Tuesday

“Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.” – Martin Luther King Jr.

Every day we have a chance to choose love instead of hate. How will you utilize your light today?


They say don’t judge a book by its cover. The same is true with food. Sometimes the foods we eat may seem healthy, such as baked chicken or fish and sautéed vegetables, but the type of oils used to cook these foods may contain unhealthy fats that increase cholesterol and blood pressure.

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