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Cardiac ablation is a technique used to correct an abnormal heart rhythm. Sentara cardiologist Adam Goldberg explains how it works:
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Sentara MJH Feb 22
Sometimes a heart attack begins gradually, rather than with sudden, severe chest pain. Sentara cardiologist Dr. Josh Fischer explains what symptoms can signal a heart attack:
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Sentara MJH Feb 21
High blood pressure damages blood vessels. If untreated, it can lead to heart disease, stroke, dementia and kidney problems, among other concerns. How to lower your numbers:
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Sentara MJH Feb 20
Pacemakers dramatically improve the quality of life for patients with low heart rates that make them tired, lightheaded and even pass out. Here's how:
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Sentara MJH Feb 19
Some of our practices will have a delayed opening tomorrow, Wednesday, February 20. Please visit for more information.
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Sentara Healthcare Feb 19
Johnathon Davis, President was proud to host and other health care leaders for a round-table discussion on challenges our industry is facing.
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Sentara MJH Feb 18
Take aim at unhealthy stress in your life with these tactics:
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Sentara MJH Feb 17
Try this heart healthy comfort food recipe tonight! This simple vegetarian chili recipe uses lentils instead of beans.
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Sentara MJH Feb 16
Nicotine constricts arteries and reduces blood flow to the heart. This is just one way smoking harms your heart health. A Sentara cardiopulmonary rehab manager explains:
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Sentara MJH Feb 15
"I was trying to think of something improbable for me to do," says Clara Cohrs, who celebrated her 90th birthday zip lining. How a pacemaker makes that possible:
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Sentara MJH Feb 14
Wishing you and your loved ones a . ❤️
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Sentara MJH Feb 13
Women, menopause and heart disease. How to stay heart healthy no matter what your age.
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Sentara MJH Feb 12
New blood pressure guidelines lower the numbers doctors use to diagnose high blood pressure (hypertension) to 130/80 instead of 140/90.
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Sentara MJH Feb 11
Your heart may “skip a beat” when you see someone special. But if you truly notice your heart racing or pounding frequently, you may have heart palpitation. cardiologist Adam Goldberg.
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Sentara MJH Feb 10
How cardiologists treat electrical issues of the heart.
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Sentara MJH Feb 9
Exercise impacts 47 different conditions! No pill can do that for you. A expert explains:
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Sentara MJH Feb 8
5 ways you could be ambushing your heart. The good news, you have the ability to change every one of them.
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Sentara MJH Feb 7
Heart attack symptoms that are less common often affect women more than men. Some women don't even realize they've suffered a heart attack. Learn more:
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Sentara MJH Feb 6
Stress is a part of life, but “distress” shouldn't be. When stress becomes unmanageable, it’s a risk factor for heart disease, cancer, memory loss and other conditions.
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Sentara MJH Feb 5
Atrial Fibrillation or A-Fib is the most common abnormal heart rhythm in adults. Dr. Adam Goldberg explains symptoms and when to see your doctor.
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