Atrial fibrillation treatment proves easy experience for patient

A walk in the park” and “like I was on vacation”— not words typically associated with a hospital stay. But those are the exact words Cynthia Stevens used to describe a recent experience at Reid Health. Cynthia, 58, has atrial fibrillation, a condition that causes a person’s heart to go out of rhythm. Medication helped,

Cardiac ablation proves a blessing for retired pastor

Don Myers began having problems with his heart when he was serving as senior pastor of Greenville, Ohio, Congregational Christian Church. As much as he loved being in ministry, some aspects of the work seemed to aggravate his condition. “My heart tended to go out of rhythm when I felt emotional, such as when I’d