Understanding Cardiology and Heart Disease: Cardiology is a field of medicine concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of diseases in the heart and blood vessels. Common cardiovascular conditions include coronary artery disease, heart attack, heart failure, and more.
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About 76,000 pregnant women worldwide die each year from preeclampsia and other related hypertensive disorders. Preeclampsia awareness month helps to improve, educate, and raise awareness about maternal healthcare across the globe. The Preeclampsia Foundation’s theme for Preeclampsia Awareness Month 2016 is: The Faces of Preeclampsia: Any Woman, Any Pregnancy.
What is Preeclampsia?
Preeclampsia is a condition that occurs during pregnancy and postpartum that is characterized by high blood pressure and affects 5 to 8 % of all pregnancies. Preeclampsia typically occurs after 20 weeks of being pregnant. Women who are at risk for this medical condition are obese, became pregnant in their early teens or after the age of 40, have a family history of the disorder, or are carrying multiple babies.
What is Alert Day?
American Diabetes Association Alert Day, observed annually on the 4th Tuesday in March, is a one-day wake-up call to inform the American public about the seriousness of diabetes, particularly when diabetes is left undiagnosed or untreated. Another goal of the event is to encourage more people to take the Diabetes Risk Test to find out if they are at risk for developing type 2 diabetes. Americans are urged to take the risk test, share it, and start living a healthy and active lifestyle. Diabetes Alert Day 2016 is on Tuesday, March 22. The American Diabetes Association created Alert Day as part of its awareness programs in 1986. It has been a part of their growing diabetes education and prevention efforts in the United States ever since.
Read through these useful tips to see your New Year's resolutions through and make a real improvement in 2016. Plot your path to avoid the pitfalls that can cause you to go off track.
In recognition of CDC’s National Influenza Vaccination Week (NIVW), healtheo360 is participating in a blog relay with a “Focus on the Family” theme for NIVW. Each day, one of CDC’s Digital Ambassadors will leverage the holiday season to encourage their readers to focus on protecting the family. You can follow the NIVW conversation on Twitter using hashtag #NIVW2015.
Men’s health week is to spread the awareness of being healthy, with encouragement to early detection and treatment among men and boys. Did you know that leading causes of death in men and boys are cancer, heart disease, and accidents (unintentional injuries)?
10 Major Health Problems among Men:
1 in every 4 women dies from heart disease each year. It is important to catch the early signs of heart disease, however these signs are different in men and women. Currently, cardiovascular disease (CVD) affects 90% of adults and is the leading cause of death in women.