Normal vs. Dangerous Heart Rate

Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM) is a heart condition characterized by thickening of the heart muscle, especially in the left ventricle. It is a genetic condition that affects one in 500 people. While some people with HCM may not experience any symptoms, others can suffer from chest pain, shortness of breath, palpitations, fainting, and sudden cardiac death.

How Does Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy Look Inside the Body?

With the cardiovascular treatments available for HCM patients today, mortality due to the disease is very low. However, HCM does have to be managed and treated properly, which means it must be properly diagnosed. If detected and treated, the majority of patients with HCM have normal life expectancy without incurring any significant limiting symptoms or adverse […]

Bixby Students Get Preventative Heart Screenings

menu Schedule Now My-HeartCheck® is part of ATS’s ongoing commitment to the health and well-being of the children and families across the states in which we operate. To date, over 12,000 children have been impacted as a result of investments from nonprofit organizations that allow us to offer our sustainable, measurable heart assessment programs while […]

Normal vs. Dangerous Heart Rate: How to Tell the Difference

menu Schedule Now What’s your normal heart rate?  Is it within a healthy range? What things can change your hear rate and does it still stay within a normal, healthy range?   This article spells it all out for you.  What to look for in your own heart rate and what you should do to keep […]

9 Myths About Dietary Fat and Cholesterol

Healthy eating is a big part of keeping your heart health in check! This would be much easier if the messaging we got was consistent and accurate.  Unfortunately, there are still many myths about healthy eating that continue to reach the public.  One misconception centers around fats and cholesterol.   Read the full article to learn […]

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