Exercise & Heart Disease
Katie Potter, Cardiac Rehab and Corporate & Community Health Nurse, shares how exercise can positively impact your heart.
Sarah Burkholder, Clinical Dietitian, shares tips and tricks for eating a heart-healthy diet.
The “Start Small. Live Big.” campaign will encourage adults to get back on track with the small steps so that they can get back to living big.
Heart Disease - Facts, Statistics, & You
Lois Ann Sullivan, ANP from UNC Cardiology at Lenoir, shares with us interesting facts about Heart Disease.
A More Meaningful New Year's Resolution
While it's commendable to work towards a better you in 2022, health and wellbeing is a lifelong journey.
Nine Healthy Habits To Make This Holiday Season Your Very Best.
If you’re suffering from stress, sadness, depression or anxiety during the holidays, there are some habits you can make and keep that may have a positive impact...
Staying fit for the holidays
There is a reason why losing weight is often the most-made New Year’s Resolution, and why people end the holiday season feeling stuffed and remorseful.
National Men's Health Month
June is National Men’s Health Month. The purpose of Men’s Health Month is to heighten the awareness of preventable health problems and encourage early detection...
How to prevent stroke and recognize the symptoms.
Each year, nearly 800,000 Americans have a stroke. Around 600,000 of them are a first stroke, while the others, nearly one in four, are a repeat stroke. Sadly, almost 140,000 if these stroke victims die from stroke. Almost 200,000 people who suffer stroke with have another stroke within five years.