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Put Sleep Apnea to Rest for Better Heart Health

Sleep apnea is associated with a range of serious cardiovascular complications. Sufferers are 2-4 times more likely to develop abnormal heart rhythms, and the risk of coronary heart disease and heart failure increase by 30% and 140%, respectively. KYW’s Rasa Kaye talks with pulmonologist Dr. Marcella Frank about the most common forms of sleep apnea, diagnosing it, and how to treat it, so that you can stop losing sleep over it.

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6 Things You’ll Hear at the Doctor That May Save Your Life

What your doctor says at a routine visit can keep you from having more frequent appointments down the road due to a serious medical issue and could even save your life.

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Deborah Hospital Foundation Raises Almost $180,000 During 100 Hours of Giving

Deborah Hospital Foundation raised almost $180,000 during their “100 Hours of Giving,” in May. More than 300 donors contributed to the Foundation.

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These Changes to Your Diet May Prevent a Heart Attack

Studies show that people who change their diets after having a heart attack are less likely to die of heart disease or suffer another cardiac event. Learn More »

Which Fats Are Good for Your Heart?

Fats are an essential part of a healthy diet, but not all are created equal. Do you know which fats to include and which to avoid? Learn More »

Vegetable Baked Ziti

Baked ziti doesn’t have to be doused in heavy cheese. This healthy version is packed with veggies and has lower fat and sodium. Learn More »

Peanut Butter Banana Smoothie

Peanut butter and bananas are always great together, and they just got tastier in this high-calcium smoothie. Learn More »

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