Tag: heart disease

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Secrets Your Eyes Can Tell You About Your Heart

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February often brings with it thoughts of heart-shaped candies and heart-themed décor for Valentine’s Day, but more importantly, it should make you think about your heart health too! February is American Heart Month, which is meant to bring about awareness for heart disease, the leading cause of death in men and women in the U.S. Read More »

Heartfelt Things Your Eyes Can Tell You

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Did you know that you have two secret weapons you’re born with that can help you manage your health for a long time? Your eyes, of course! That’s because comprehensive eye exams provide the only possible non-invasive view of blood vessels and the optic nerve. As a result, eye doctors can detect early signs of Read More »

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Who holds the key to your heart? Your eyes!

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Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women. Yet 80% of heart disease and stroke events are preventable. A study conducted by Human Capital Management Services (HCMS) Group found that eye doctors detected signs of high blood pressure before any other healthcare provider 39% of the time. The study also Read More »