‘Broken Heart Syndrome’ event slated for Feb. 1
IRON RIVER—Have you ever felt truly heartbroken? A broken heart can be very real. That’s why it’s so important to surround yourself with positivity in a time of sadness.
Aspirus Iron River Hospital invites all ladies to learn about this actual medical condition and have some fun at the Aspiring Women event “Broken Heart Syndrome” from 5-7 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 1, at the George Young Recreational Complex.
Dr. David Murdock, cardiologist with Aspirus Heart and Vascular at Aspirus Iron River Hospital, will explain what broken heart syndrome is, why it mainly affects women, and why there is so much more of it. Ladies will enjoy heart-healthy foods, an Aspiring Women gift, door prizes, and more.
Advance registration is required to attend this free event. Reserve a spot by calling 1-800-847-4707 or by visiting aspirus.org/AspiringWomen.
“Our Aspiring Women program is continuing to grow, and we really enjoy providing fun, interactive, and educational events that bring women of all ages together,” said Abby Miller, marketing manager at Aspirus Iron River Hospital.
“This is a great way for women to break away from their routines and focus on their health.”