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Women’s Stroke Risk Greater than Men’s While most people still think men suffer more strokes than women do, the reverse is actually true: 425,000 women suffer from a stroke every year, 55,000 more than men. Stroke is the third-leading cause of death for women, behind heart disease and cancer. Several factors unique to women appear to raise their risk for stroke, according to a statement published in the American Heart Association’s journal Stroke.
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.

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