At Care New England, we are focused on the health of your heart and committed to serving the health needs of our community and the state. Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the U.S. for both men and women. It is important to make smart choices that will prevent heart disease and other related diseases, allowing you to live an active, healthy life. Heart disease is caused by a variety of different conditions, but at Care New England, an array of general and advanced services and programs cover your heart health needs every step of the way. Whether it’s an abnormal heart rate, heart attack or stroke, Care New England Cardiovascular Care provides expert cardiac care with direct access to one of the nation’s leading cardiac services. Made possible through an affiliation with Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, you can receive advanced cardiac care that is normally only found in major cities.
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Care New England’s employee wellness provider talks about fitness tracking devices, gadgets and apps that can help individuals track and measure their daily fitness routines. […]
Symptoms of heart disease in women can be different from those associated with men. Drs. Heather Hurlburt and Alice Kim discuss the symptoms, risks and prevention of heart disease in women.
Pregnancy can take on a whole new set of concerns for women with heart problems. The main risk is that her heart will not tolerate the strain of pregnancy and will fail.
Talks Your Heart Health kicked off on Sunday with a special on ABC 6 featuring doctors from Care New England’s Cardiovascular Care program.
Check out the top ten heart-healthy ways to show your affection for your Valentine. After all, it is national heart health month too.
The heart in a woman's body is essentially the same muscle as that in a man, but when she has a heart attack, the symptoms can be completely different.