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A Silent Killer: How to Prevent Your Heart Attack
Date:3/14/2013

JACKSONVILLE, Fla., March 14, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- A heart attack strikes an American at an average of once every 30 seconds throughout the year. 

Chronic conditions are a leading cause of heart attacks. Family members worry about long distance relatives who are at-risk for a sudden medical emergency. 

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) reports more than 98 million Americans currently suffer from at least one of the three following chronic conditions:

  • 68 million Americans have high blood pressure
  • 25 million Americans have diabetes
  • 5 million Americans have heart failure

"The best way to prevent a heart attack is to make lifestyle changes through healthier eating, better fitness, and vital sign monitoring," says Ross McCabe , M.D., an Emergency Room physician.

In over 30 years of practicing medicine, he has seen thousands of people struggle to make the changes recommended by their doctor. 

"I'm convinced that you can form healthy habits with some guidance.  But, you need a proven road map to make a lasting change," continues Dr. McCabe.

Dr. McCabe has launched an education program called, "How to Take Control of Your Health." Each week, he publishes a new video lesson for use by doctors, nurses, and their patients.

Anyone can view the video lessons, at no cost, on the web site, www.every30seconds.com.

In addition to the training program, Dr. McCabe has created a new personal health tracking service called Every 30 Seconds™.

Every 30 Seconds™ offers new technology that accurately tests vital signs and can automatically forward abnormal test results directly to your family, friends, or doctor.  You can share test results with anyone that you choose.

Every 30 Seconds™ is a licensed provider of the Cytta Connect System. Cytta Corp. (OTCQB: CYCA) offers HIPAA secure transmission of mobile health testing results at the touch of a button.  Cytta President of mHealth, Erik Stephansen states, "We are very excited by Every 30 Seconds™' adoption of the Cytta Connect system since they are leaders in health education innovation and are truly engaging the patient in their own care."

Every 30 Seconds™ is utilizing the Cytta Connect System for Mobile Health that revolutionizes data capture and creates automatic, exception alerts that are sent directly to caregivers, thereby improving work-flow.  The exclusive Cytta mHealth platform capability ensures caregivers easily connect with patients providing them with even greater care and comfort.

Dr. McCabe has made it so much easier for people to track their vital signs at home or on the go.  He has formed a team that offers customers the highest level of service for the tracking of their test results.  In addition, he delivers free education about how to make the lifestyle changes that leads to a measureable difference for the body.

"It's inspiring to visit with patients who have overcome the challenges of chronic conditions such as high blood pressure.  These people now have more energy and can really enjoy activities with family and friends," says Dr. McCabe.

About Every 30 Seconds

Every 30 Seconds™ was founded in 2011 to provide consumers and health care providers with automatic tracking of remote vital sign test results.  The services are not intended as medical advice for any individual and are for informational purposes only. A full range of home testing equipment and a service plan for wireless transmission of test results are available at www.every30seconds.com.

About Cytta Connect System and Mobile Health 

Cytta Connect Mobile Health delivers powerful remote health monitoring in an affordable and easy-to-use system.  Cytta's dedicated mHealth cellphone combined with Bluetooth medical devices help patients and their physician's check personal health, wellness and fitness from anywhere, anytime.  Cytta Connect is the first highly scalable, mobile platform for collecting verifiable and objective data for anyone needing FDA approved monitoring; from managing Chronically Ill to 30-Day Readmission prevention. The CyttaConnect system is fully operational and our existing clients are currently achieving remarkable results with the Cytta system.  See www.Cytta.com for whitepapers and more information.

If you would like more information about this topic, or to schedule an interview with Dr. Ross McCabe , please call Tyler McCabe at (877) 705-5812, or, e-mail Tyler at Tyler@Every30Seconds.com

Contact: Tyler McCabe
Telephone: (877) 705-5812
Email: Tyler@Every30Seconds.com


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