The American Heart Association Takes A Stand Against E-Cigarettes

The American Heart Association (AHA) has released a statement saying that e-cigarettes may help some smokers kick the habit, but should be used only as a last resort due to the inadequacy of relevant research and lack of regulation. E-cigarettes, often abbreviated as...

4 Ways to Lower Your Risk of Stroke

In honor of National Stroke Awareness Month, Cardiac Monitoring Service has put together a list of tips to reduce your risk of stroke. As the nation’s leading provider of holter monitors and cardiac monitoring equipment, we feel a responsibility to bring...

The Link Between Air Quality And Cardiac Events

  Regardless of whether a person lives in a rural area where wildfires may occur or a city in which smog forecasts are routine, even a small amount of air pollution can lead to serious health problems, such as a cardiac event or stroke. Pollution Sources Pollution...

New Device Boasts Minimally Invasive Heart Repair

As the nation’s leading provider of holter monitors, and cardiac monitoring equipment, we were thrilled to learn about an exciting new technological advancement out of Harvard.  Heart patients may one day benefit from a new surgical catheterizing technology...

Surprising Facts About Women’s Heart Disease

  Plenty has been written about the facts and figures pertaining to heart disease. Unfortunately, the majority of studies look at populations of men, not women. A reorientation is taking place in the medical media, which means many professionals are focusing on how...

Build Heart Health With Mindfulness

  People sometimes say that it is all in your mind. When it comes to cardiac health, there is some truth to that. A growing body of evidence increasingly suggests a link between a healthy heart and a mental state that focuses on the moment rather than worries about...
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