Class Cancellations

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Free Valet Parking

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Dialogue Health and Wellness Blog

Thursday, January 30, 2014

Too Old to Exercise? Think Again!

Can you ever be too old to start exercising? Hank Schmid sure didn't think so, and he's been feeling the benefits ever since he started working out in Doylestown Hospital’s Cardiac Rehab program. He's 90, by the way.

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Tuesday, January 28, 2014

5 Facts About Cardiovascular Disease

We all know the basics of heart health: eat right, exercise, know your family history. But, in the everyday rush of life, it can be hard to make the necessary lifestyle changes to lower your risk. Need some motivation on staying on track, read the below facts about cardiovascular disease.

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Thursday, January 23, 2014

The Heart Attack She Thought She'd Never Have

Could you be the one in three women who have heart disease? A Bucks County woman shares her heart attack story on Doylestown Health's Dialogue Online.

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Thursday, January 16, 2014

Can Type 2 Diabetes in Children Be Prevented?

Our diabetes educator says type 2 diabetes can be prevented in children, but it takes some thought -- and action.

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Tuesday, January 14, 2014

When a Small Incision Makes a Big Difference

Doylestown Hospital general surgeon Brian Pellini, MD uses single-incision surgery to help reduce recovery time following gallbladder removal or appendectomy. Doylestown Hospital general surgeon Brian Pellini, MD uses single-incision surgery to help reduce recovery time following gallbladder removal or appendectomy.

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Saturday, January 04, 2014

Long QT Syndrome

Jennifer White, MD, was determined to stay active even after being diagnosed with a serious heart condition and overcoming several setbacks.

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Thursday, January 02, 2014

Unfortunate Water Event Remarkable Recovery

The New Year at Doylestown Hospital started not with a bang, but a splash. A flood from a broken water pipe elicited an exemplary team effort to mop up. No patient rooms were affected, and patient services continue as normal following the unfortunate incident.

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