Heart Your Heart
 

Heart Your Heart

According to the American Heart Association, every minute in the United States, someone's wife, mother, daughter or sister dies from heart disease, stroke or other form of cardiovascular disease (CVD).

 
Do you heart your heart?

More than one in three women is living with CVD, including nearly half of all African-American women and 34 percent of white women. Although heart disease death rates among men have declined steadily over the last 25 years, rates among women have fallen significantly less. It's important for both men AND women to know the signs and symptoms associated with heart attacks, and to know how to take care of our hearts.

Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center is the premier destination for heart care in Baton Rouge and the region. Recently recognized for our commitment and success in implementing a higher standard of care for heart attack patients, our heart experts understand that women are used to taking care of those around them, and we want to help you learn the importance of taking care of yourself.

 
Start by knowing your numbers. Cholesterol. Blood Pressure. BMI. What do these clinical terms mean? Why do you need to know them? Learn about the importance of these numbers and how knowing and managing them could save your life. Keep track of your health with our Know Your Numbers card that will fit easily into your purse.

 
We heart your heart at Our Lady of the Lake and want to keep you healthy. Meet the doctors and hear what they have to say about how you can heart your heart.

 
Explore the informational links to the left for more details on how to heart your heart.​
 

 


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