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The hospital was named No. 6 in Wisconsin and recognized as a "Best Regional Hospital."
In conjunction with American Heart Month, Mayo Clinic Health System in Fairmont is inviting the community to an open house to explore the newly expanded Cardiac Rehab facility.
The average adult consumes more than 4,000 calories during Thanksgiving. If you follow a low-cholesterol diet, you still can enjoy foods you love during the holidays. Here’s how to wisely plan your calorie and fat intake.
High blood pressure can lead to a host of serious problems, including heart attack, heart failure and stroke. That’s why it’s important to know your risk factors for developing high blood pressure — and to take steps to lower your risks.
Gary Barclay thought he had indigestion, but it turns out it was a heart attack. He survived thanks to immediate emergency care in his community, and thrives in part because of his focus on healthy habits, faith, family and friends.
"You are what you eat." This is true when considering foods that impact heart health. Here are 4 tips for incorporating foods in your diet that are heart-healthy and delicious.
Dog adoption rates rose earlier this year during COVID-19 stay-at-home orders. There are emotional and social benefits of pet ownership, but did you know that dogs may make our hearts healthier? A cardiologist weighs in on the heart-healthy benefits of your canine companion.
The COVID-19 pandemic changed many things, but it didn't stop Ted Schleicher or his surgery team from getting his heart valve issue fixed quickly and safely.
Exercise isn’t the only way to a healthier heart. Try these five tips to keep the (heart) beat.
Movement. It seems like the simplest thing in the world. Our bodies are designed to run, jump and manipulate objects. But how often do we use our bodies at their full potential?
COVID-19 is a respiratory disease, but it can place additional stress on your heart. Learn about the effects on cardiovascular disease, and get prevention tips.
A new lease on life doesn’t always demand the impossible. Sometimes it just requires a set of simple decisions combined with a dose of consistency. Mark Clausen gets a new lease on life after his heart surgery and some dedication in cardiac rehab.
Matthew Makela is a 3-year-old who tucks in 20 stuffed animals nightly and gives his younger sister a kiss, hug and farewell at day care drop-off. He's also a kid who had his first cardiac surgery at 7 days old.
You can call Keith Glasshof the “comeback kid.” The 79 year-old Eau Claire, Wisconsin, resident came back from heart disease twice in one year.