If You Still Have Questions About Your Health, Check Out These Helpful Links
Did our recent blog entries about stroke and cardiovascular health pique your interest? You can find out more helpful information from these websites. With further questions, please call Regional Medical Center of San Jose at (408) 259-4000.
- Physical activity can help improve the strength and efficiency of your heart muscle—learn how to get moving and get healthier on the American Heart Association website.
- This article from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention outlines the variety of health benefits that regular physical activity can offer.
- Stroke can have a variety of physical, emotional, and behavioral consequences. Visit the American Stroke Association website to learn more about life after stroke.
- The effects of stroke can vary depending on the area of the brain affected by the attack. Read through this article from the National Stroke Association for more information.
- Magnetic resonance imaging, or MRI, is vital for the diagnosis of many injuries and illnesses. Read more about this technology and its uses on RadiologyInfo.org .
- Do you know the signs of cardiac arrest ? Find out from this helpful article found on the American Heart Association website.
- Chronic high blood pressure can lead to a higher risk for heart attack and stroke. Learn how to lower your high blood pressure from the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute.
- Coronary heart disease is very common in the United States. Read more about this disease on the PubMed Health website.
- Heart attack, or myocardial infarction , is the leading cause of death in American men and women. Visit the CDC website for more information about this deadly attack.
- Stroke symptoms can differ between men and women. Know the symptoms of a stroke by reading through this article.