Stories: Heart and VascularIn This Section
- Bringing Hands Only CPR into New Hampshire CommunitiesFebruary 14
The American Heart Association, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health and the NH Department of Education, Bureau of Career Development are working together to bring "Hands Only CPR" training across the state of New Hampshire.
- Heart Health Year-RoundFebruary 13
While February is designated as Heart Month, it's important to take care of your heart all year-round. Here are some tips for doing so from Dartmouth-Hitchcock's Heart & Vascular Center.
- Exercise After Heart Attack: Establishing a New, Healthy, NormalFebruary 13
Dartmouth-Hitchcock's Cardiac Rehabilitation program helps patients understand how exercise reduces the risk of heart attack and improves overall quality of life.
- High Blood Pressure - the "Silent Killer"February 13
Uncontrolled high blood pressure is often called the "silent killer." Of all the factors contributing to heart disease or a stroke, high blood pressure is number one.
- Our Patients. Their Stories. Pamela DriscollFebruary 13
After experiencing months of fatigue, shortness of breath and increasing heart palpitations, especially when she ran, Pamela Driscoll was pretty sure something was seriously wrong.
- Treating AFibOctober 8
A newer treatment called Cryoblation for an irregular heartbeat-atrial fibrillation (AFib)-helped helped Loriann Agan get back to having a normal, healthy life.