In honor of February being Healthy Heart Month, doctors from Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital are inviting women to a free dinner to learn more about recognizing heart disease symptoms.
Dr. Mustafa Hashem, a cardiologist at the hospital, is the keynote speaker at the Women’s Heart Disease Seminar.
The event is set for 6 to 8 p.m. Feb. 28 in the hospital's multipurpose rooms A and B. Valet parking is available. Registration is required by calling 800-532-2411.
The hospital also is offering two health screenings in honor of Healthy Heart Month.
A free blood pressure screening is set for 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday. A $10 cholesterol screening is set from noon to 2 p.m. Wednesday.
Both events occur at the hospital. For more information, call 734-246-6057.
Doctors from the entire Henry Ford Health System also are taking their heart messages to the airwaves throughout the month.
Eight, 30-second video vignettes featuring Henry Ford doctors are running throughout February on WDIV-TV Channel 4.
Two of the eight spots feature Wyandotte doctors.
In his video, Dr. Abdulwahhab Alroaini talks about the symptoms of a heart attack, including chest pain, shortness of breath, jaw pain, left arm pain or upset stomach.
Dr. Ibrahim Abu-Romeh uses his video to discuss the risks of smoking, saying that it "increases the risk of heart attack at least three times."
You can watch the full videos by clicking over to Wyandotte Doctors Take to the Air for Heart Month.
For more information, check out the health system's heart and vascular page.