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The Eau Claire Heart Walk is back, and you won't want to miss it. This one-of-a-kind experience to join together with friends, family and colleagues to get moving and focus on improved health ― all while helping to defeat heart disease and stroke, and raising money or making a donation. The American Heart Association is hosting this event, and Mayo Clinic Health System is sponsoring this event.
Go online via the Register link for check-in and start time details.
High temperatures and humidity can cause serious health consequences for people with high blood pressure and heart disease.
Mayo Clinic Ambulance and Mayo Clinic Health System have partnered to donate an automated external defibrillator (AED) to the Fairmont Opera House.
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.
High temperatures and humidity can cause serious health consequences for people with high blood pressure and heart disease. Learn warning signs that your body isn't keeping up with the heat.
When you focus on heart health, you're not only benefitting your heart, you're improving other areas of your life. Get tips to keep your heart as healthy as it can be.
Ready to switch to a more heart-healthy diet? Here's how to get started with the Mediterranean diet.
Chest discomfort, shortness of breath and leg swelling are a few symptoms of heart disease. Read why these and others may suggest you need a referral to a cardiologist for individualized treatment.
A fast heart rate is common when you're exercising, or feeling excited or nervous. But what's happening when your heart rhythm changes unexpectedly?
Stress. It can wreak havoc on your health, including your heart. Use these tips for reducing stress with the added benefit of improving your heart health.
Genes play a role in your health. Understanding your family's heart and health history is key to understanding your risk of heart disease. Find out which relatives you should talk to about family health history.
The better you understand your heart rate, the more you can maximize your movement to give your heart a good workout. Here's how.
You can lower your risk of heart disease, stroke and peripheral artery disease by keeping your cholesterol at normal levels. Here's what you need to know.
Knowing and understanding key heart numbers can help you and your health care team determine your risk for developing heart disease. Here's what you need to know about blood pressure.
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.