Heart Healthy Videos
February is American Heart Month, so there's added pressure to make sure your heart is in it's best shape. From knowing your blood pressure numbers to simple healthy tips, we want you to protect your heart.
Below, see Doctor Sati Adlakha, heart doctor or cardiologist, discuss two simple tips you can use to improve your heart health.
Live Healthy Show - WGUD Channel 19
See Richard Lucas discuss important health topics with Singing River Health System staff member and doctors. Check out the Healthplex segment for new promotions and happenings.
Live Healthy - Be your best. Be in the know.
Whether we’re helping people in our community eat better, find the best ways to exercise or make the right lifestyle choices, our wellness programs are designed to help you. Pairing our dedication to wellness with world-class healthcare is how we’re making a world of difference right in your backyard.
Important highlights are listed below but check all links for information that might be more specific to you.
Want to know how to read a nutrition label? Being able to read the different parts of the nutrition label and know what they mean can be key to keeping yourself healthy. Click here to see one we are using done by Eat Smart, Move More North Carolina. Plus you can find all this information and more, including information on calories, percent daily values and more here.
Singing River Healthplex
With more than 24,000 square feet of the best in fitness facilities, equipment and expertise, Healthplex will put you on the right track. Located at Singing River Medical Park, Healthplex is a comprehensive health and wellness center and gym in Pascagoula. For more information on becoming a member of Singing River Healthplex, call 228-769-3430. Learn More
Cardiac Score Screening
Like a mammogram helps detect early-stage breast cancer, Cardiac Scoring helps doctors see calcified plaque in the arteries - while there's time to take steps to reduce the risk of heart attack. It's an especially important screening for women over 55 with certain risk factors. Learn More