Monday, February 6, 2012

Heart health

  • SCOTTSDALE, AZ — In honor of American Heart Month and in an effort to educate women about heart disease, EmpowHER, an award-winning social health company for women, is offering a free online Heart Health resource center.
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  • Every February, organizations like the American Heart Association, the National Heart Lung and Blood Institute and the CDC team up for American Heart Month to remind us that heart disease is still the number one cause of death in the United States.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • Its heart month and Christus Spohn wants to spread the word about healthy living. Throughout February, the hospitals care-van will be on hand around the Coastal Bend.
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  • If you're wondering about the health of your heart, try looking at your feet. The lowly, stepped-on, shoe-squished foot could very well hold clues about the state of your coronary arteries.
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  • Doctors weigh in Two physicians associated with Genesis Health System attended December's health board meeting to discuss sudden heart attacks and the use of AEDs as well as CPR. Dr.
  • (Quad-Cities Times)
  • will present the facts about women and heart disease and explain what can be done to achieve good heart health. Heart disease is the No. 1 killer of American women age 20 and older, with one in three women having some form of cardiovascular disease.
  • (Chicago Sun-Times)
  • (StatePoint) Its possible you or a loved one could be suffering from one of the most common and often misdiagnosed heart conditions, and not know it.
  • (Spooner Advocate)
  • Today in Denver, ladies in red draw attention to womens heart health. Turns out, there may be even more reason to celebrate. A recent study shows living in high altitude is good for heart health.
  • (Examiner)

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