Happy Valentine’s Day! It’s also #HeartMonth, and each day we create a menu that allows patients and staff to “eat healthy for your heart,” said Kimberlee Alvari, director of our Nutrition and Clinical Services team. #WHcareshttps://t.co/cE1LymwlpT
They found careers––and each other––at Washington Hospital. Congratulations to Sandi and Neil Adcock, both of whom are soon to retire. They met at our Hospital and have contributed to our mission for a combined 68 years. #happyretirement WHcares https://t.co/FpEC4q2Qbe
Over time, your aortic valve can narrow, reducing blood flow. Join us and learn more about valve replacement options, including Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement; a less invasive option for patients considered to be intermediate or high risk for open heart ...
Is it a Heart Attack? - Bay Area Healthier TogetherDo you know the signs and symptoms of a heart attack? Learn more from Washington Hospital Healthcare System and ABC7 News. While movies may depict heart attacks as dramatically clutching your chest, it doesn’t always look or feel like that.
Even if you haven’t detected any abnormalities during self-examination, or possess known risk factors, it’s recommended that women over the age of 40 receive a mammogram every 1-2 years. #womenshealth#breastcancer#healthiertogether
Treating the Whole Woman, Not Just Breast CancerWhile the exact causes of breast cancer are still unclear, there are biological and lifestyle factors that help determine whether you’re at increased risk of developing the disease. Learn more from Washington Hospital Healthcare System, ABC7 News, and Bay Area ...
Regardless of age, it’s recommended that women perform breast self-examinations once a month to get familiar with the shape and consistency of your breasts, so you’re more likely to detect any abnormalities. #healthiertogether#womenshealth#breastcancer