Jumpstart Your Health With Smart Diet And Exercise
Column by Jeanne Ruff
I remember the first mile I ever ran. I said to myself, I don’t ever want to feel this bad ever again. And so it began, my 30-year dedication to exercise.
Exercise is a part of my life — my family, my culture, my passion,
A new study says exercise-induced chest pain may be better managed with medication rather than stents or cardiac bypass surgery, but local cardiologists caution that the results may not apply to many people.
The 9-year study, which recently concluded, focused on patients with ischemic heart disease, which is diagnosed when plaque builds up in the coronary arteries,
After being rushed to the hospital where she’s worked for 20 years, a pacemaker was the answer for PRMC nurse Susan Elerding
Photo by Todd Dudek
Susan Elerding was in a meeting when her heart stopped.
As a nurse, she had dedicated her life to helping others, but on this July day she found herself being rushed into the Emergency Department as she struggled to piece together what had happened.
As the winter months set in on the Shore, PRMC officials remind you to beware of these potential dangers
Winter is fast approaching, and so are the hazards brought on by the cold weather and flu season. Here are some common health hazards and tips to make sure you don’t fall ill or become injured.