News You Can Use Heart Health For Women February 23, 2016 – Did you know that women often have different warning signs and symptoms of heart attacks than men? Dr. Teeters and Julie Pum, NP, recently spoke at "Improving Your Heart Health," a Healthy Highland workshop. Learn more about the Healthy Highland events. Dr. Teeters Featured on WXXI December 17 Nine out of 10 people who experience sudden cardiac arrest die from it. Fortunately, star basketball player Mike Papale survived because of the quick reaction of an EMT. Highland's Dr. Chad Teeters discussed Sudden Cardiac Arrest in Young Athletes on WXXI's Second Opinion on December 17. Free Cardiac Screenings for Rochester Police Officers featured on News 8 On Saturday, September 26, 2015 Highland Hospital held a free cardiac screening for Rochester Police Officers. See the Video Chad Teeters, MD, Chief of Cardiology February 2015 Patient Care Philosophy Highland Cardiology featured in URMC Health Matters December 9, 2013 High Blood Pressure? Shake the salt habit. Read the story Highland Cardiology featured on News10 WHEC High Caffeine Energy Drinks Correlation with ER visits. Read the story Highland Cardiology featured on New 8 WROC February 4, 2011 “Go Red” for Heart Disease: Read the story Recognizing Heart Disease in Women Did you know that heart disease is the number one killer of women in the United States? Did you also know that a woman’s risk of getting heart disease 10 years after menopause surpasses a man’s risk? Unfortunately, heart disease in women often goes undetected.