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5 Top Tips For Heart Health Month

Feb 1, 2017

5 Top Tips For Heart Health Month

February is American Heart Month and a great opportunity to adopt healthy habits that can reduce your risk for illness. Here are five to consider.

When You Eat And How Frequently May Benefit Heart Health

Feb 1, 2017

When You Eat And How Frequently May Benefit Heart Health

According to an American Heart Association scientific statement published Wednesday, eating breakfast, avoiding late-night eating and mindful meal-planning are associated with a lower risk of heart disease, blood vessel diseases and stroke.

Stay Heart-Healthy

Feb 1, 2017

Stay Heart-Healthy

Courtesy of American Family Care - Whether we’re in exceptional or poor health, there’s always room for improvement when it comes to caring for our hearts. Discover how to keep your heart pumping for years to come with these tips.

Emotional Stress And Heart Health

Jan 31, 2017

Emotional Stress And Heart Health

Courtesy of New Milford Hospital - Having too much emotional stress for too long can cause a negative reaction within your body.

February Offers Opportunities For Better Heart Health

Jan 31, 2017

February Offers Opportunities For Better Heart Health

Though it's not February quite yet, the month is dedicated to raising awareness about heart disease – it’s a chance to get screened and learn what you can do to lower your risk of disease.

February Is Heart Health Month: Give Your Heart The TLC It Deserves

Jan 31, 2017

February Is Heart Health Month: Give Your Heart The TLC It Deserves

Courtesy of Thurston Talk - Your heart is the hardest working organ in your body. It pumps more than five liters of blood through your body every minute and never gets more than a moment of rest.

Heart-Healthy Diet Plan: Best Foods Choices To Boost Your Cardiovascular Health

Jan 30, 2017

Heart-Healthy Diet Plan: Best Foods Choices To Boost Your Cardiovascular Health

Courtesy of Medial Daily - A healthy diet can keep your waistline slim and boost your overall health, including your heart. Eating certain foods every day can reduce the risk of the number one killer in the U.S. — heart disease.

Five Foods For Your Heart Health

Jan 29, 2017

Five Foods For Your Heart Health

Courtesy of the Austin Daily Herald - Heart health deserves attention because heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women in the U.S. — about one in every four deaths.

Sleep And The Heart: Not Enough Or Too Much Sleep Affects Your Heart

Jan 28, 2017

Sleep And The Heart: Not Enough Or Too Much Sleep Affects Your Heart

Courtesy of Bel Marra Health - According to a recent study published in the Journal of Applied Physiology, the lack of sleep due to stress may not only result in poor mental health, but also in cardiovascular problems.

Keep These Heart Healthy Super Foods In Mind

Jan 27, 2017

Keep These Heart Healthy Super Foods In Mind

Courtesy of Hood River News - February is heart month, so it is a great time to try to add any of these items to your grocery basket to help improve your heart health:

Show Your Heart Some Love With These Exercises

Jan 27, 2017

Show Your Heart Some Love With These Exercises

Courtesy of Huffpost Living - Heart exercise, simply put, is aerobic exercise--a form of physical activity that causes you to breathe harder and your heart to pump faster, circulating blood through your veins so oxygen can get to the working muscles -- your heart is a muscle, see the connection?

CPR Classes Boost Heart Health

Jan 27, 2017

CPR Classes Boost Heart Health

Courtesy of Superior Telegram - In a single school day, more than 300 Superior Middle School students learned hands-only CPR.

Heart-Healthy Fats

Jan 26, 2017

Heart-Healthy Fats

Courtesy of CentraCare Health - Take the initiative to protect yourself and your loved ones from heart disease and stroke by making heart-healthy fat choices.

Do Your Part To Maintain A Healthy Heart! 6 Tips To Promote Optimal Heart Health!

Jan 24, 2017

Do Your Part To Maintain A Healthy Heart! 6 Tips To Promote Optimal Heart Health!

Courtesy of Keenan - In support of national heart health month, and promoting a healthy heart for yourself or a loved one, Keenan is providing 6 great tips for you to promote optimal heart health!

Health: Research Suggests Walking Can Improve Heart Health In Matter Of Weeks

Jan 24, 2017

Health: Research Suggests Walking Can Improve Heart Health In Matter Of Weeks

Courtesy of recordonline.com - Heart disease, the leading cause of death in America, can be combatted by implementing a simple walking regimen, according to researchers at Binghamton University-State University of New York.

Substance Abuse Impacts Heart Health February Is Heart Health Month

Jan 24, 2017

Substance Abuse Impacts Heart Health February Is Heart Health Month

Courtesy of Vinton Today - While most of the conversations on cardiovascular health center on diet and exercise, the abuse of many drugs and even alcohol should not be overlooked, as they can have a profound impact on how your heart functions.

Most Women Do Not Know Age Heart Screenings Should Start, Survey Finds

Jan 23, 2017

Most Women Do Not Know Age Heart Screenings Should Start, Survey Finds

Courtesy of News Medical Life Sciences - A new national survey by Orlando Health found that most women are unaware of the age at which heart screenings should begin.

Can Healthy Teeth Mean A Healthy Heart?

Jan 23, 2017

Can Healthy Teeth Mean A Healthy Heart?

Courtesy of New Milford Hospital - Ever think about your heart health while brushing your teeth? Most people don’t. But your oral health is more important than you may realize because it can offer clues about your overall health.

Dr. Campbell: Can Coffee Perk Up Your Heart Health?

Jan 23, 2017

Dr. Campbell: Can Coffee Perk Up Your Heart Health?

Courtesy of CBS, NC - Coffee contains lots of caffeine and new research suggests that caffeine may in fact help protect us from heart disease.

FDA Expands Health Claim For More Fruits, Vegetables

Jan 21, 2017

FDA Expands Health Claim For More Fruits, Vegetables

The Food and Drug Administration recently released an interim final rule removing the low fat and positive nutrient requirements that will apply to nearly all fresh fruits and vegetables.