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  • Preparing parents for potential heart defects in children

    Preparing parents for potential heart defects in children

    Tuesday, February 27 2018 1:55 PM EST2018-02-27 18:55:08 GMT
    Charlie Nowak recovering in the hospital. (Source: Mom)Charlie Nowak recovering in the hospital. (Source: Mom)

    Congenital heart defects affect nearly one in every hundred babies born.  They're more common than cases of childhood cancer and cystic fibrosis.  But they are far less funded or researched.   

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    Congenital heart defects affect nearly one in every hundred babies born.  They're more common than cases of childhood cancer and cystic fibrosis.  But they are far less funded or researched.   

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  • Cleveland doing an above average job of saving cardiac arrest victims

    Cleveland doing an above average job of saving cardiac arrest victims

    Cleveland doing an above average job of saving cardiac arrest victims

    Tuesday, February 27 2018 1:33 PM EST2018-02-27 18:33:18 GMT

    Every second counts when someone is in cardiac arrest. The chain of survival is key. As part of American Heart Month, Cleveland 19 News is talking with Cleveland EMS about how we as a community can contribute to more cardiac arrest saves, and more survivors. 

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    Every second counts when someone is in cardiac arrest. The chain of survival is key. As part of American Heart Month, Cleveland 19 News is talking with Cleveland EMS about how we as a community can contribute to more cardiac arrest saves, and more survivors. 

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  • 'Go Red for Women' campaign encourages women to get blood pressure taken

    'Go Red for Women' campaign encourages women to get blood pressure taken

    Getting your blood pressure checked is easy and it could save your life.  Come into Marc's and have your blood pressure checked today!  No appointment needed and it's FREE.

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    Getting your blood pressure checked is easy and it could save your life.  Come into Marc's and have your blood pressure checked today! 

    No appointment needed and it's FREE.

    Join Cleveland 19 News and Marc's to Go Red #GoRedCLE.

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  • Survey shows only 1 in 6 people know how to do CPR

    Survey shows only 1 in 6 people know how to do CPR

    Tuesday, February 27 2018 1:29 PM EST2018-02-27 18:29:56 GMT
    February is American Heart Month, heart disease is the number one killer of men and women in the United States. (Source: Red Cross)February is American Heart Month, heart disease is the number one killer of men and women in the United States. (Source: Red Cross)

    February is American Heart Month, heart disease is the number one killer of men and women in the United States.

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    February is American Heart Month, heart disease is the number one killer of men and women in the United States.

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  • #GoRedCLE 2018 ~ Heart disease common myths

    #GoRedCLE 2018 ~ Heart disease common myths

    Heart disease kills more Americans each year than any other disease. Not all assumptions about heart disease are true, here are some common myths: "I'm too young to worry about heart disease" and "I have warning signs if I have high blood pressure". 1 in 3 Americans have heart disease. High blood pressure is a silent killer. Early treatment of high blood pressure is critical, have your Marc's pharmacist test your blood pressure.

    Heart disease kills more Americans each year than any other disease. Not all assumptions about heart disease are true, here are some common myths: "I'm too young to worry about heart disease" and "I have warning signs if I have high blood pressure". 1 in 3 Americans have heart disease. High blood pressure is a silent killer. Early treatment of high blood pressure is critical, have your Marc's pharmacist test your blood pressure.

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  • #GoRedCLE 2018 ~ Helpful tips to reduce the risk of heart attacks

    #GoRedCLE 2018 ~ Helpful tips to reduce the risk of heart attacks

    One of the most serious results of heart disease is to experience a heart attack. To reduce the risks of a heart attack here are a few helpful tips. Begin your screenings early. Quit smoking now! Smoking is the single most preventable cause of heart disease.  Stress also increases your chance of a heart attack. Follow these simple tips for reducing the chance of a heart attack:  early screenings, stop smoking and reduce stress. To learn more, talk to your Marc's pharmacist.

    One of the most serious results of heart disease is to experience a heart attack. To reduce the risks of a heart attack here are a few helpful tips. Begin your screenings early. Quit smoking now! Smoking is the single most preventable cause of heart disease.  Stress also increases your chance of a heart attack. Follow these simple tips for reducing the chance of a heart attack:  early screenings, stop smoking and reduce stress. To learn more, talk to your Marc's pharmacist.

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  • #GoRedCLE 2018 ~ Risk factors of heart disease

    #GoRedCLE 2018 ~ Risk factors of heart disease

    It's time to take charge of our heart health. Extensive research has identified factors that increase a persons risk of heart disease.  Major risk factors such as age or family history can't be changed but let's take a look at some of the ones that can.  Stop smoking, exercising  regularly, eating fruits and vegetables, have regular doctor visits, taking your medication and monitoring your blood pressure can greatly reduce your chance of developing heart disease.

    It's time to take charge of our heart health. Extensive research has identified factors that increase a persons risk of heart disease.  Major risk factors such as age or family history can't be changed but let's take a look at some of the ones that can.  Stop smoking, exercising  regularly, eating fruits and vegetables, have regular doctor visits, taking your medication and monitoring your blood pressure can greatly reduce your chance of developing heart disease.

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  • PulsePoint App saving lives through crowd-sourcing CPR

    PulsePoint App saving lives through crowd-sourcing CPR

    Monday, February 16 2015 12:56 PM EST2015-02-16 17:56:56 GMT
    Friday, February 9 2018 2:13 PM EST2018-02-09 19:13:56 GMT
    (Source: WOIO)(Source: WOIO)

    Cardiac arrest can happen anytime, anywhere.  And 25% of the time, that "anywhere" is a public place, where strangers aren't always willing, or able to help.  But your

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    Cardiac arrest can happen anytime, anywhere. And 25% of the time, that "anywhere" is a public place, where strangers aren't always willing, or able to help. 

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  • Jeff Green finally learns how long his heart was stopped for life-saving surgery at Cleveland Clinic

    Jeff Green finally learns how long his heart was stopped for life-saving surgery at Cleveland Clinic

    Wednesday, February 7 2018 4:45 PM EST2018-02-07 21:45:59 GMT

    How do you thank the man who saved your life? By continuing on your path. In Cleveland Cavaliers forward Jeff Green's case, professional basketball ... and using your journey to help others.

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    How do you thank the man who saved your life? By continuing on your path. In Cleveland Cavaliers forward Jeff Green's case, professional basketball ... and using your journey to help others.

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  • #GoRedCLE 2018 ~ 3 simple habits to help improve heart health

    #GoRedCLE 2018 ~ 3 simple habits to help improve heart health

    Cleveland 19 and Marc's have teamed up together to raise awareness of heart disease and stroke; the number one killer in women. Heart health and overall wellness are affected by the habits formed everyday.  Here are some important numbers to remember in your daily routine:  5 - 30 - 8.  Eat 5 servings of fruits and vegetables everyday. Exercise moderately for 30 minutes 5 times a week. Get 8 hours of sleep every night. To learn more, talk to your Marc's pharmacist.

    Cleveland 19 and Marc's have teamed up together to raise awareness of heart disease and stroke; the number one killer in women. Heart health and overall wellness are affected by the habits formed everyday.  Here are some important numbers to remember in your daily routine:  5 - 30 - 8.  Eat 5 servings of fruits and vegetables everyday. Exercise moderately for 30 minutes 5 times a week. Get 8 hours of sleep every night. To learn more, talk to your Marc's pharmacist.

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  • Quit Smoking to Help Your Heart Health!

    Quit Smoking to Help Your Heart Health!

    Friday, February 2 2018 12:15 PM EST2018-02-02 17:15:40 GMT
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  • Heart disease and breast cancer are possibly linked

    Heart disease and breast cancer are possibly linked

    We all know that heart disease is the number one killer in women and we know how widespread breast cancer is. New research has now determined that the two possibly are linked. This should give many women the heads up.  There is so much to celebrate when cancer but there is something else to watch out for. Some forms of treatment could end up causing some heart dysfunction. 

    We all know that heart disease is the number one killer in women and we know how widespread breast cancer is. New research has now determined that the two possibly are linked. This should give many women the heads up.  There is so much to celebrate when cancer but there is something else to watch out for. Some forms of treatment could end up causing some heart dysfunction. 

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  • Wear red for heart health

    Wear red for heart health

    Did you know that heart disease is the leading cause of death for women in the United States? It kills nearly half a million women each year at the rate of about one per minute. Women are encouraged to wear red to bring awareness about cardiovascular disease and save lives.

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    Did you know that heart disease is the leading cause of death for women in the United States? It kills nearly half a million women each year at the rate of about one per minute. Women are encouraged to wear red to bring awareness about cardiovascular disease and save lives.

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  • Performing CPR before help arrives can help save lives

    Performing CPR before help arrives can help save lives

    CPR training is something we have all thought about.  Maybe because this is go red month, this is the month you sign up for CPR Training.  You could be a hero for someone and might save someone's life.  When that alarm goes off, Fire and EMS crews have no time to waste.  Helping at the scene with CPR before they arrive can make a huge difference. Learn how to help save lives. Sign up for training today.  Google CPR training to find a location near you.

    CPR training is something we have all thought about.  Maybe because this is go red month, this is the month you sign up for CPR Training.  You could be a hero for someone and might save someone's life.  When that alarm goes off, Fire and EMS crews have no time to waste.  Helping at the scene with CPR before they arrive can make a huge difference. Learn how to help save lives. Sign up for training today.  Google CPR training to find a location near you.

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  • Marc's GoRedCLE

    Marc's GoRedCLE

    Heart Disease is a #1 cause of death in Ohio. Someone dies from Heart Disease, Stroke, or Cardiovascular Disease every 43 seconds.  February is Heart Health Month.  Marc's cares about your heart health so talk to your Marc's pharmacist today.

    Heart Disease is a #1 cause of death in Ohio. Someone dies from Heart Disease, Stroke, or Cardiovascular Disease every 43 seconds.  February is Heart Health Month.  Marc's cares about your heart health so talk to your Marc's pharmacist today.

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  • #GoRedCLE

    #GoRedCLE

    February is Heart Health Month and Cleveland is going red.  Use the #GoRedCLE and share how you're going red.

    February is Heart Health Month and Cleveland is going red.  Use the #GoRedCLE and share how you're going red.

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  • Company tests students in Ohio for undiagnosed heart conditions

    Company tests students in Ohio for undiagnosed heart conditions

    Thursday, January 25 2018 5:48 PM EST2018-01-25 22:48:30 GMT
    Tony Stusek works for mCore, the company tests students in hundreds of schools in Ohio for undiagnosed heart conditions. (Source WOIO)Tony Stusek works for mCore, the company tests students in hundreds of schools in Ohio for undiagnosed heart conditions. (Source WOIO)

    Tony Stusek works for mCore, the company tests students in hundreds of schools in Ohio for undiagnosed heart conditions.

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    Tony Stusek works for mCore, the company tests students in hundreds of schools in Ohio for undiagnosed heart conditions.

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