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Wisdom For Your Life.
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Mark your calendars! Our eighth annual HeartWise event will take place Saturday, Feb. 25 at the Heart Lung Vascular Institute. Join us for a day full of educational programs, demonstrations and screenings all surrounding your heart health!
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Monica celebrates Cardiac Rehabilitation Week by reflecting on the opportunities she has on a daily basis to positively impact patients and their loved ones. “Working as a nurse on a cardiac floor is not always easy, but the challenges are worth the rewards. When a patient expresses his or her gratitude, I feel that I have chosen my career wisely,” she shares.
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In honor of African American History Month, we want to spotlight one of our physicians who is active in promoting early prostate cancer detection in the African American community. W. Bedford Waters, MD is a Professor and Chief of the Division of Urology, Department of Surgery. He joined our staff in 2001. In 2005, he was recognized as one of 25 African Americans "Making It Happen" in Knoxville.
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Heart health is a critical component of wound healing because issues with the heart and vessels can hinder blood flow, oxygen and nutrition to a wound. Learn more from University Wound Care & Hyperbaric Center: http://bit.ly/25mUNTy

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On Valentine’s Day, what better way to express love than to commit to saving and healing lives by choosing to donate life! Today on National Donor Day, we encourage everyone to share the love & register to be an organ donor at https://donatelifetn.org/.

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Who’s got your back? Our tips to help keep the health of your back covered: http://bit.ly/2jRyqGp

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UT Medical Center is celebrating Cardiac Rehabilitation Week!
As a cardiac nurse for over 17 years, Judy values building relationships with patients while she encourages them to regain their strength and confidence during rehabilitation.
“The participants become a needed support group for each other. The care and concern they show one another provides inspiration and motivation to live healthy, active lives,” Judy expresses.
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Carrie had struggled with obesity her entire life. After years of failed diet plans and an onset of health-related issues, she decided to schedule a consultation with the University Bariatric Center. Learn more about weight loss surgery by attending one of our free seminars. The next available class is Feb. 25. Call 305-9355 to register.
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Cancer prevention starts with education. Our Cancer Institute is committed to providing patients with resources and information to best prevent cancer. Get the facts behind these common cancer myths: http://bit.ly/2j6cVyU
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If you’re struggling with the mental and physical stress of cancer, join us for our Calmer Body, Calmer Mind class tomorrow! Register: http://bit.ly/2iJlqPb
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