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Dr. Anne Schuchat 15h
Heart disease is among the most common chronic conditions in adults hospitalized with . If you have heart disease or have had a stroke, take these steps to .
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Make heart health a part of your family. Start a conversation with your loved ones about the ways to keep a
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There's still time to attend today's webinar at 12 Noon ET. Learn how faith groups are serving their communities as intentional, restorative partners in from . REGISTER NOW:
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HHSHealth Feb 19
Anxiety disorders affect nearly 1 in 5 adults in the United States. Activities like and can help reduce them. Click here to learn more about managing disorders:
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HHS.gov Feb 20
What is ? How common is it? and will be answering all your Seasonal Affective Disorder Qs today at 1:30 p.m. ET.
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HHSPartnershipCenter Feb 19
Is your church or synagogue talking about addiction? Faith-based groups are great restorative partners to those in . Join us Wed., Feb. 21 at 12P (ET) to hear from and on how you can join .
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HHS.gov Feb 20
Stress is part of life. If you don’t manage it, stress can take a toll on your heart health. Keep your mind and body healthy with this guide to managing stress
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HHS.gov Feb 20
., , issue proposed rule to expand availability of short-term, limited-duration health insurance
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CDC Feb 16
Did you know? Cardiovascular disease (CVD) remains the nation’s leading cause of death for men and women of all races and ethnicities. Tune in to our next live on Facebook February 20 at 1pm ET.
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The Heart Truth Feb 16
Coronary heart disease (CHD) is the most common type of . Check your state’s CHD rates and to help lower your risk: .
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HHS.gov Feb 19
Many people feel sluggish and moody when daylight is in short supply, but know when you need to seek help. Join and for a Twitter chat on Seasonal Affective Disorder on February 20 at 1:30 p.m. ET.
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Go4Life® Feb 16
Want to stay independent and doing activities important to you? Spread the word about how exercise can help:
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CDC Flu Feb 16
New in : Early estimates show that flu vaccination has reduced the risk of having to go to the doctor due to flu by 36% overall, so far this season.
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HHS.gov Feb 18
No time? No motivation? No support? No problem! These tips will help you overcome the top 10 excuses not to exercise
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CDC Flu Feb 16
Week 6 : Overall activity remains elevated across the U.S. While H3N2 flu viruses continue to predominate, there is an increasing proportion of flu B and H1N1 viruses being detected.
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HIV.gov Feb 14
Fall in love with your cardiovascular health! It's Happy Heart Month! Discover how to keep a happy and healthy heart while living with HIV:
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HHS.gov Feb 17
Having trouble starting an exercise routine? This weekend, find some simple ways to fit physical activity into your life
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foodsafety.gov Feb 15
Do you prepare your baby food fresh daily? Know how long you can keep it to avoid waste & protect your baby!
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Dr. Anne Schuchat Feb 16
DYK? remains the leading cause of death in the United States. This , I’m pledging to move with heart. You can too! Learn how: And I challenge to take the pledge!
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NIH Feb 15
In 1864, Dr. Rebecca Lee Crumpler became the 1st African American woman to receive an M.D. Learn about this .
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