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Learn how your smartphone can help you stay heart healthy

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Learn tips and tools to stay heart healthy, with smartphone apps, websites and good old-fashioned advice from a Samaritan Heart & Vascular Institute physician at a free seminar.
 
As use of smart phones has dramatically increased in recent years, there’s been a proliferation of health related applications, commonly known as apps, which help people achieve optimal health, as well as improve their general sense of well-being.

Whether you use an iPhone, iPad, Android phone or even a computer, a wealth of information and handy, helpful tools are available to get you on track and help keep you on track as you work towards your health goals.

Registration is required. Visit samhealth.org/BeHealthy or call 1-855-873-0647 to sign up for one of the following dates:

Feb. 10, Corvallis, with Ben Hudson, DO, physician fellow of Samaritan Heart & Vascular Institute

Feb. 12, Newport, with Ken Nelson, DO, physician fellow of Samaritan Heart & Vascular Institute

Feb. 17, Lebanon, with Ted Foster, DO, physician fellow of Samaritan Heart & Vascular Institute

Samaritan Heart & Vascular Institute provides a wide range of care, including cardiology,  electrophysiology, cardiovascular and cardiothoracic surgery, with outreach clinics in Albany, Corvallis, Lebanon, Lincoln City, Newport and Toledo, as well as serving patients from Eugene, Salem and neighboring areas.