Entries by Erica Lundgren

Heart-healthy ideas for a Super Bowl party

Looking for some heart healthy ideas for your Super Bowl party? We took a poll and here are some of our cardiologists’ favorites: Greek Seven-Layer Dip Creamy Spinach Feta Dip Buffalo White Bean Hummus with Oven Baked Sweet Potato Chips Sweet and Fiery Roasted Nuts Guacamole Deviled Eggs

Baton Rouge Cardiology Center takes part in National Go Red Day

On Friday, February 4, 2022, Baton Rouge Cardiology Center (BRCC) employees took part in the American Heart Association’s nationwide Go Red for Women initiative, Go Red Day. BRCC employees raised money for the cause and teamed up with the local Capital Area American Heart Association to further raise awareness by wearing red to show support. […]

Keep Your Heart Healthy

Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women in the United States. Take steps today to lower your risk of heart disease. To help prevent heart disease, you can: Eat healthy Get active Stay at a healthy weight Quit smoking and stay away from secondhand smoke Control your cholesterol and blood pressure Drink […]

Celebrate National Nurse Practitioner Week November 7–13, 2021

Join us over the next week as we celebrate the contribution of NPs to our healthcare practice and bring awareness to the work they are doing to make Louisiana healthier and stronger! Baton Rouge Cardiology Center is collecting testimonials, videos and photos thanking NPs for going the extra mile and making a positive difference in […]

Can AFib Cause a Stroke?

This common heart arrhythmia can lead to serious complications, including stroke. Do you ever feel your heart skip a beat? If so, it may not be that you’re falling in love—you could have atrial fibrillation. Atrial fibrillation, more commonly known as AFib, is a condition that affects 2.7 million Americans. It is suspected that even […]

Baton Rouge Cardiology Center is OPEN – COVID-19 Update

Baton Rouge Cardiology Center Message to our Patients and Families: March 16, 2020 Our number one priority is to keep you healthy and safe. Baton Rouge Cardiology Center will remain open for our patients and community during this time. Unless contacted by your physician’s office, your appointment will go as scheduled. With our patients, visitors, and their […]