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Did you know nearly 1 in 6 adults in the U.S. has high cholesterol levels? Cholesterol is a natural substance found in our bloodstream and is found in every cell in our body. This soft, waxy lipid is essential for the production of hormones and cell membrane.

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When the heartÕs own pacing system is not fast enough, pacemakers can maintain regular heart rhythm patterns. Learn about pacemakers and what they can do. Visit our website at:

I am not discouraged because every wrong attempt discarded is a step forward. - Thomas Edison

Did you know 1 in 3 women died of heart disease in 2002? That same year, the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute initiated efforts to make women aware of the dangers of heart disease, and this all started by making a fashion statement Ð a little red dress. Check it out on this Pinterest infographic:

Every year, we celebrate Presidents Day every third Monday of February. Did you know the first President’s Day (as a federal holiday) was celebrated in 1879? #presidentsday #mrpresident

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Cardiac resynchronization devices are an important heart failure treatment that can improve quality of life and decrease mortality rates. Read about it on our website:

Money is a way of keeping COUNT on how well you're doing in business. - John D Rockefeller

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Did you know that every 25 seconds a person in the U.S. has a coronary event? In addition, someone in the U.S. will die from stroke or heart disease every 39 seconds. Heart disease also accounts for 1 out of 3 deaths in the U.S. For more on these stats, check out this infographic:

Do you have an abnormal heart rhythm? It could be life-threatening. Speak with Dr. Norris about it. Please call us at (727) 587-6999 to schedule an appointment.

Wondering how National "Wear Red” Day for Women’s Heart Health came about? The American Heart Association and the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute wanted to raise awareness on the dangers of heart disease and how it was claiming millions of women’s lives. Thus, in 2003, this national celebration for women’s heart health was born.
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