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Merck Feb 27
may be coming to an end, but a healthy heart is a lifetime commitment. Make sure you talk to your doctor to see how to keep your heart beating strong.
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At Your Own Risk Feb 28
Athletic Trainers (ATs) play an important role in heart health including advocating for preventative screenings, emergency planning, CPR and AED education as well as life-saving health care in response to sudden cardiac arrest.
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Heart Palm Beach Jul 13
About 92.1 million American adults are living with some form of cardiovascular disease or the after-effects of stroke. What does 92.1 million people look like? That's enough people to fill Michigan Stadium, the largest sports stadium in the country, over 855 times.
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At Your Own Risk Feb 27
The availability of an AED in schools is a marker of emergency preparedness.
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HHS.gov Feb 27
About 1 of 3 U.S. adults—or about 75 million people—have high blood pressure. A few simple lifestyle changes can help you keep your blood pressure in a healthy range, and lower your risk for heart disease and stroke.
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At Your Own Risk Feb 28
Many athletic trainers are trained CPR instructors for coaches, parents, student athletes, teachers and school administrators.
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Rep Frederica Wilson Feb 28
February is , but I urge women to think about heart health every day. It could save your life! all year long!
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Sharp HealthCare Feb 28
As part of Sharp’s commitment to providing compassionate, highly skilled care, patients who’ve had cardiac surgery at Sharp Memorial are given heart-shaped pillows to support their healing process. Full story ➔
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American Heart News Feb 28
Approximately every 40 seconds, an American will have a heart attack. Today is the last day of this year, but we encourage you to be heart healthy all year long!
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STLChildrensHospital Feb 28
At St. Louis Children's Hospital Heart Center, we've got heart because we give hope! Thank you to everyone who joined us this February in celebrating !
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NIDAnews Mar 4
I accept the challenge from Director Dr. Richard Hodes and pledge to keep in motion 👟 for my heart ❤️ and my brain 🧠. I challenge Dr. Helene Langevin to join me and for !
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HackensackUMC Feb 27
Closing out with getting our hearts pumping! Thanks to our Heart & Vascular Hospital for a great month of education, awareness and activities.
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The Canadian Brewhouse Mar 1
Heart Shaped Buns was a HUGE SUCCESS! ❤️ With $1 from every burger sold being donated, together we raised $30,000 across all CBH locations! Thank you to everyone that purchased a burger and helped us support The Heart & Stroke Foundation of Canada!
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AllofUsResearch Feb 27
Leading a heart-healthy lifestyle may reduce your risk of heart disease. shares 5 changes you can make for your heart and health in 2019: .
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NIH ADEAR Center Feb 28
Challenge accepted, Dr. Fauci ()! NIA director Dr. Richard Hodes does strength and endurance exercises to stay with aging. How about you, Dr. Nora Volkow of , ready to get moving for the campaign?
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Minority Health Feb 27
What’s the move today? Make sure to move more throughout the day to keep your heart healthy. Share tips using on social media.
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CWHR Jun 12
"Time is everything in a heart attack. Women must recognize the danger signs, even amid doubt, and get the immediate help we need." Learn more:
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Rohan Khera Feb 28
Where do you get a cholesterol guideline update over lunch with Dr. Grundy in person? ⁦⁩ ⁦ ⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Trillium Health Partners Feb 28
As comes to a close, THP's Dr. Peter Scheufler reminds us that nobody is immune to the risks associated with a cardiac event and offers practical advice on how to prevent the worst-case scenario. ❤ cc:
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