9/28/16

Retired officer rehabs his way back from ‘widow maker’

Coles County-based cardiologist helps 65-year-old recover after quick action saved his life.

9/07/16

Unique procedure gives pacemaker patients options

Less-invasive steps remove old pacemaker wires, allowing patients longer, higher-quality lives.

9/06/16

Use these three tips to 'live long and prosper'

While genetics plays a large role, people can do three things to extend their life.

7/06/16

Get those ZZZs: Your heart will thank you

Study links frustrating and unusual sleep schedules to heart disease.

5/16/16

Heart attack survivors need exercise, not rest, to keep healthy

You’d think if a person had two heart attacks within three years, the prescription would be to take it easy and avoid exertion.

You’d be wrong.

10/30/15

Heart-attack patient calls kind actions a 'game changer'

After spending some time with Dan Green, it’s hard to imagine him quiet and reserved.

9/08/15

Patient applauds results and explanation of progressive PAD procedure

Terry Smith of Danville appreciates how Scott Santeler, MD, makes serious subjects crystal clear.

8/10/15

Quick work gives heart attack patients a better chance to recover

One hour, maximum. That’s the goal. The national standard for people having a heart attack to receive life-saving treatment in the cardiac catheterization lab should be no more than one hour after arriving at the Emergency Department.

6/02/15

Aspirin can help prevent heart attack, but it's not for everybody

We’ve all heard the saying “an apple a day keeps the doctor away,” but can “an aspirin a day keep a heart attack at bay?” A Carle cardiologist says for those at risk for heart attack or stroke, aspirin is still one of the best medicines they can take.