Blog Posts in 2019

  • Lower Your Risk for the Number 1 Killer of Women

    Learn about heart disease and women and what you can do to keep a healthy heart. Heart attacks and strokes can be catastrophic, life-changing events that are all too common. Heart disease and stroke are preventable, yet they remain leading causes of death, disability, and healthcare spending in the US. Alarmingly, many of these events happen to adults ages 35-64—over 800,000 in 2016. Read ...

  • Are you at risk for a heart attack or stroke?

    Find out now with this easy to use risk calculator. Take the test today! bit.ly/HESRiskCalculator

  • About Medicine: Cardiac rehabilitation can save lives

    In celebration of American Hearth Month in February, let’s talk about cardiac rehabilitation. What is it? Who needs it? How long does it last? What are the benefits of cardiac rehabilitation? Cardiac rehabilitation is a professionally supervised program to help people recover from heart attacks, heart surgery and percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) procedures such as stenting and ...

  • Prevention is the key to controlling high cholesterol

    Almost everyone has heard about the dangers of high cholesterol. It plays an important role when it comes to the development of heart disease. Heart disease, described simply, increases your risk of having heart attacks, strokes and other vascular problems. Cholesterol, like high blood pressure, is one of the “silent killers.” Symptoms are often not present until a person’s ...

  • Metabolic Syndrome and why it matters

    Metabolic Syndrome and why it matters Metabolic syndrome is a group of five cardiovascular risk factors that increase the likelihood of developing heart disease, diabetes, and stroke. Read Full Article

  • Heart to Heart Talk Set for Thursday

    Heart to Heart Talk Set for Thursday February is Heart Month and Marcus Daly Memorial Hospital is hosting a “Heart to Heart Talk” by Dr. Anthony Navone of the Marcus Daly Cardiology Clinic and the International Heart Institute on Thursday, Feb. 7. Read Full Article

  • It's a boy: Ravalli County welcomes New Year's baby

    McCartney John “Mac” Kanenwisher came in to the world at 3:17 p.m. on Jan. 1 and is the New Year’s Baby at Marcus Daly Memorial Hospital in Hamilton. His proud parents, Spence and Alyssa Kanenwisher, waited to know the gender of their baby until he was born. Delivery doctor James Zubernis said the delivery was perfect. “It was a real family affair and they didn’t know ...

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  • Child And Babysitting Safety (CABS)

    NEW... Child And Babysitting Safety (CABS) Babysitting is usually a teenager’s first attempt at building and running a small business. Our new Child and Babysitting ...

  • Child And Babysitting Safety (CABS)

    NEW... Child And Babysitting Safety (CABS) Babysitting is usually a teenager’s first attempt at building and running a small business. Our new Child and Babysitting ...

  • Child And Babysitting Safety (CABS)

    NEW... Child And Babysitting Safety (CABS) Babysitting is usually a teenager’s first attempt at building and running a small business. Our new Child and Babysitting ...

  • Montana Rhythm & Blues 2019

    Save the date, Daly Hospital Foundation signature event is being held on Saturday, July 13 th. This event is to raise funds for state-of-the-art equipment at Marcus Daly ...

  • Child And Babysitting Safety (CABS)

    NEW... Child And Babysitting Safety (CABS) Babysitting is usually a teenager’s first attempt at building and running a small business. Our new Child and Babysitting ...

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