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A Woman's Guide to Beating Heart Disease

02.23.17

Surveys show that few women think heart disease is their greatest health threat. Unfortunately, it's the nation's number one killer, and women are its prime target. Over one-third of the women who die in the U.S. each year die of heart disease. In fact, more women die of heart disease each year than breast cancer

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A Lifesaving Day of Celebration

02.22.17

SCHERERVILLE, Indiana - Gabriel Colin (seated) of East Chicago was the guest of honor February 20 as Franciscan Omni Health & Fitness Schererville staff, all of whom are trained in cardiopulmonary resuscitation and members of the Schererville Fire Department, celebrated the saving of Colin's life after he suffered cardiac arrest while using a treadmill January 20.

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Franciscan Senior Promise Opens New, Larger Office in South Indy

02.22.17

INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana – As it observes 30 years of serving tens of thousands of central Indiana residents, Franciscan Senior Promise continues to extend its reach with the opening of a new facility on the city's south side.

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Don't Give Up On a Heart That's Giving Out

02.21.17

If you have been told by your doctor that you have "heart failure," that doesn't mean that your heart has, well, failed. It does mean, however, that the heart muscle does not pump effectively. It may have stretched out of its normal size and shape. It may have stiffened over time and has to work harder to keep blood flowing through the heart valves and chambers.

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Franciscan Health Opens New Women's Center, Infusion Center in Chesterton

02.17.17

CHESTERTON, Indiana - A blessing and dedication celebration for the new Franciscan Health Women's Center Chesterton took place February 16.

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Let's Talk About Colon Cancer Screening

02.16.17

Colon health is not something people often talk about, and many don't realize how significant it is. Yet, colon cancer is the second leading cause of cancer-related death in the U.S. One in three people who are diagnosed with colon cancer will die of the disease. It's very important to catch colon cancer at early or pre-cancerous stages.

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News
02.22.17

A Lifesaving Day of Celebration

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02.22.17

Franciscan Senior Promise Opens New, Larger Office in South Indy

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02.20.17

Franciscan Health Crawfordsville to Host "Spring and Summer Health Check Up"

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Features
02.23.17

A Woman's Guide to Beating Heart Disease

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02.21.17

Don't Give Up On a Heart That's Giving Out

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02.13.17

Cancer Proves Ex-Marine's Toughest Battle

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Blogs
02.16.17

Let's Talk About Colon Cancer Screening

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02.15.17

Living Well After a Heart Attack

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02.10.17

3 Easy Steps to Heart-Healthy Eating

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