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Elisa All Schmitz 1h
Sitting is the new smoking. Here's how to reduce your health risks, starting today!
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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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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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Angelica Hale Feb 28
It’s the last day of and I wanted to share with you that if you have it’s likely that you also have . Be aware of the signs that your kidneys or heart may be in trouble. Learn more here ❤️
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Fahmi Farah Mar 5
Heart disease is the #1 killer for & 👇 By raising & working together, we can make a difference 👫 ✨❤️✨ Thank you & for inviting me to speak on this
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Independent Solutions Mar 11
If a person has cardiac arrest, rapid treatment with a called an automated external defibrillator (AED) can be life-saving. Here's how. link: from
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CDC Division for Heart Disease & Stroke Prevention Feb 28
Protect your heart all year long with our conversation starters. Talk about cholesterol management with your loved ones and health care team!
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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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Fahmi Farah Feb 27
My blog on women’s heart disease this ❤️ 💃 Why do women wait longer to get help during a heart attack? via
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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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Bernadette Melnyk Feb 28
I encourage everyone, especially health care providers, to be proactive in learning about how heart disease affects women and men differently, and ways to prevent it.
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CA Public Health Feb 28
Take care of your heart! Start adding some color to your plate with fruits and vegetables at every meal and snack. All forms (fresh, frozen, canned and dried) and all colors count, so go ahead and add color to your plate – and your life.
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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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American College of Cardiology Feb 27
Getting the flu shot earlier in the season (September and October) vs. later in the season was more effective. Learn more in :
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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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HHS OASH Region II Feb 26
Smoking cigarettes is a major cause of heart disease, which includes coronary heart disease, HBP, heart attack & stroke. This pick your path to be smoke-free. Get help making a quit plan, via .
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CRY Feb 27
Volunteering is a great way to support CRY for & throughout the year! We are looking for people for a number of events in 2019 including the Bridges Walk and the London Marathon. For the full list & to reg your interest as a volunteer visit:
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Ontario Pharmacists Association Feb 27
8 out of 10 cases of premature and can be prevented by incorporating healthy habits into your everyday life. Just 30 minutes a day of moderate activity, such as a brisk walk, on most days of the week can help.
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Student Nutrition ON Feb 28
February is ! Before we end this month, check out how you can make easy and filling heart-healthy breakfast from a registered dietitian.
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HealthQualityOntario Mar 5
Less than half of people hospitalized for have the recommended follow-up visit within 7 days of leaving the hospital. Our new developed with outlines quality care
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