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May 2019
Heart Disease Can Be Harder on Women. Here's Why

When it comes to heart disease, many people believe it’s men who face the biggest risks. But there are some ways in which women are actually at a greater risk…

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February 2019
Surprising Ways to Boost Heart Health

Some contributors to heart health are more well-known than others: Eat a healthy diet. Get daily exercise. Quit smoking. Reduce stress. Control high blood pressure, cholesterol and diabetes. Beyond the…

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February 2019
Get Heart Smart: Learn How to Manage Heart Disease Risk Factors

Each year, cardiovascular disease kills 610,000 people in the U.S. It’s the leading cause of death for men and women, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. You…

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September 2018
Your Choices Matter

A healthy diet and lifestyle, along with making smart healthcare decisions, can be a pathway to a healthier heart. Your family history can have some impact on your chances of…

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August 2018
Here’s to Your Healthy Heart!

There is much you can do to help prevent heart disease and stroke. These tips can help: Keep your blood glucose under control. You can see if your blood glucose…

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July 2018
Let’s Get Fit! Strengthen Your Heart in Just Minutes a Day

Heart disease is America’s Number 1 killer. To improve overall heart health, the American Heart Association suggests: At least 30 minutes of moderate-intensity aerobic activity at least five days per week for a…

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