Health Tips

The doctors at Carolina Heart and Leg Center, PA are experts of the heart.  The cardiologists monitor heart palpitations and any abnormality.  Do not assume they are normal until having them checked out by a cardiologist.

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Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) is a circulatory disease in which arteries become blocked or narrowed. Plaque from cholesterol, fats, and other substances gradually build up in the arteries and restrict blood flow to the extremities, a process called atherosclerosis. If left untreated, PAD can result in severe pain, ulcers, infection, limb loss, and possible death.

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The heart sits just behind your ribs on the left side of your body. It is a fist-sized muscle in your chest and the center of the circulatory system. It pumps blood throughout the body, delivering oxygen and carrying waste.

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Summer is in full swing and temperatures are rising. It is important to know how to stay healthy in the heat, especially when in the sun or taking part in physical activity. The best thing you can do is stay hydrated.

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Strokes are the fifth cause of death and one of the leading causes of disability in America, according to The American Heart Association. A stroke is when a blood vessel carrying nutrients and oxygen to the brain becomes blocked or ruptures, causing brain cells to die. The body functions associated with the damaged part of the brain are no longer able to function correctly. 

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Summer has begun, which means exercise and swimsuit season.  However, exercising in the summer heat makes for a dangerous combination.  If you do not regularly exercise and are beginning, it is best to consult the doctors at Carolina Heart and Leg Center, P.A.  Inactivity can aggravate medical conditions and heart problems that make exercising dangerous.

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