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FOX19: How to Survive a Heart Attack Dr. Kami Tehrani, DO, discusses life-saving tips on how to identify heart attack symptoms and steps you can take to minimize the damage with Fox 19's Rob Williams.
How to Survive a Heart Attack Heart disease is the nation’s number one killer. If you or someone you love were having a heart attack, would you recognize the signs and symptoms? St. Elizabeth is hosting a free community education program on Wednesday, August 26 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the METS Center in Erlanger.
Is Peripheral Artery Disease Slowing You Down? Does leg pain interrupt your morning strolls? After resting a bit, does the pain go away? Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD), a condition where arteries in your extremities are narrowing or clogged because of a build-up of plaque, may be to blame. PAD is a potentially dangerous condition that can lead to heart attacks and stroke if it’s not diagnosed and treated.
FOX 19 BUSINESS SPOTLIGHT: Hands-only CPR Kathy Kalil, Life Support Coordinator and Registered Nurse at St. Elizabeth, walks us through hands only CPR.
Ten Questions Women Should Ask about Cardiovascular Diseases Heart disease and stroke, two of the leading cardiovascular diseases, are the number one and three killers of women. There is much you can do to prevent these diseases, but first you must know your risks.

The American Heart Association suggests that women ask their health care providers these 10 questions about heart disease and stroke. Once you know the answers, you can work with your doctor to develop a plan of action to reduce your risk of cardiovascular diseases.

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