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  • Exercise & Heart Disease 5/1/2022

    Katie Potter, Cardiac Rehab and Corporate & Community Health Nurse, shares how exercise can positively impact your heart.

  • Colorectal Cancer Awareness with Dr. Joseph Saracino 3/17/2022
  • Heart-Healthy Diet 3/1/2022

    Sarah Burkholder, Clinical Dietitian, shares tips and tricks for eating a heart-healthy diet.

  • Heart Health 2/15/2022

    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 2/1/2022

    Lois Ann Sullivan, ANP from UNC Cardiology at Lenoir, shares with us interesting facts about Heart Disease.

  • A More Meaningful New Year's Resolution 1/20/2022

    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. 12/16/2021

    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 11/17/2021

    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 6/18/2021

    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. 5/25/2021

    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.