‘I had a heart attack,’ says Ari Hait

LE. MORE THAN ONE MILLION OF LONDONS CITIZENS ARE MUSLIM. NOW TO A LIFE-CHANGING AND MAYBE LIFE-SAVING LESSON LEARNED BY A MEMBER OF OUR WPBF 25 NE FAMILY. TONIGHT HE’S HOPING HIS EXPERIENCE MAY HELP SAVE YOU LIFE. REPORTER ARI HAIT HAD A HEART ATTACK EARLIER THIS YEAR IN EARLY FEBRUARY. IT WAS A SHOCK, NOT JUST TO ARI, BUT […]

State Systems to Support Hypertension Identification and Control

This short video illustrates the framework used by the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials through its Million Hearts State Learning Collaborative to support states in developing, spreading, and sustaining statewide systems that improve hypertension identification, management, and control. To learn more about ASTHO’s Million Hearts efforts, visit our webpage at www.astho.org/Million-Hearts. The large blue circle represents an entire […]

Sarah Says: Preventing hypertension

pretty difficult being an adult in the UK these days, you feel like you’re being lectured about your health all the time the problem we got is that many of the risk factors for heart attack and stroke which are still between them the commonest killers in the UK today are preventable, but the real issue is that you don’t […]

Multiple Myeloma Awareness

Multiple Myeloma. A rare diseaseof blood and bones, and despiteRBall of the medical advances andall the famous faces behind it,LBit still remains one of thedeadliest cancers with one ofNB the lowest survival rates onrecord. I’m here in Cambridge,HB Massachusetts to meet theexperts, the survivors, theNB warriors determined to defeatthis double edged cancer. Hi,TBI’m Ereka Vetrini and welcome toAccess Health, a […]

Dr. Mathew on Family History of Heart Disease

If a patient has a risk of heart disease in their family, or a history of heart disease in their family, I think they should definitely get evaluated for heart disease. Most of that starts with your primary care. Your primary care doctor will work on reducing your risk factors for heart disease, keeping an eye open for early signs, […]