Women at all ages and stages in life (grandmothers, mothers, wives, career women, business women, daughters, graduate students and college students) have things in common. All may be at risk for heart disease, and all may not be aware of their personal risk.
We at Nebraska Heart Women’s Heart Program would like to focus on the basics and remind everyone … learn more
Click here to see more info on our ICD Support Group!
An Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator support group will be available to ICD patients starting August 28th by the Nebraska Heart Institute. Becky Robertson, a team leader in the Arrhythmia and Electrophysiology Department and leader of the ICD support group, believes that this group will give patients and their families … learn more
If you are a pet owner, you understand the responsibility, time commitment and love it takes to care for our furry friends. Did you know that the love you give your pets may be coming back to you in the form of better health? A new study from the American Heart Association has been released that links pet ownership and … learn more
Each month, Nebraska Heart Institute & Heart Hospital will feature one of its outstanding employees in a feature called Faces of Nebraska Heart. These features will allow you to learn a little bit more about the people who make Nebraska Heart such a special place for outstanding care.
Hometown: West Point, Nebraska
Started Working at Nebraska Heart in: 2008… learn more
John Wolter, an 84 year old from Lincoln, Nebraska, had no doubts about getting the new LARIAT procedure. “I wasn’t concerned at all because I had talked to Dr. Gallagher about what my heart deficiencies were. Then I met Dr. Nagaraj and when I told him my symptoms…they approved me for the procedure, saying that I was the perfect candidate.”… learn more
by Dr. Rebecca Rundlett
Heart disease is the number one killer of women. More women’s lives are lost to cardiovascular disease than cancer, lung disease, and accidents combined. One in three women will have some form of cardiovascular disease by age 65. These statistics are alarming, yet only 21 percent of women see heart disease as a health threat.
Written by Peggy Brown – Waverly News
WAVERLY – Cheryl Ladd has seen where the project, now in its third year, has benefited recent graduates who need a bit more learning before deciding what they want do to.
The project is one that she is happy that School District 145 supports.
“Project SEARCH helps provide education and training to young … learn more