Heart disease in women and men is different — the way it develops, the symptoms it causes and how it affects long-term health. Because of this, women often assume any chest pain and other warning signs are due to stress, fatigue or indigestion. Join our experts for an informative evening to learn more about how to keep your heart healthy.
On Wednesday, Sept. 21, from 6:30 – 8 p.m., Crouse cardiologist Anil George, MD, partner in Cardiology PC, and Cathy Wolf, RN, Crouse Cardiac Educator, will talk about recognizing early warning signs of heart disease; understanding women’s unique cardiac risk factors and symptoms; when to come to the hospital; decreasing heart attack/heart disease risk; surviving a heart attack; and making lifestyle changes to stay healthy.
The evening will also feature one women’s cardiac journey, as presented by Skaneateles resident Kathy Palmieri.
The program, free and open to the public, wil be held in Crouse Hospital’s Marley Education Center, 765 Irving Avenue, Syracuse. Parking is free in the Marley and hospital garages. Pre-registration is required; call 315/472-2464 today.
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Although it's the number one killer of women, heart disease can be prevented. If you have a questions for our heart-health experts, post them to the Crouse Hospital Facebook page and we'll have them answer them at the seminar and will post the answers on Facebook!