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World Heart Federation
The World Heart Federation is leading the global fight against together with a community of 200+ members around the world. Co-founder of .
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World Heart Federation 8h
Hear what David Asch and had to say on making healthy habits stick at the first Heart to Heart debate on .
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World Health Organization (WHO) 13h
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Tobacco use is the second leading cause of cardiovascular diseases, after high blood pressure
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World Health Organization (WHO) 14h
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The most common symptom of a is sudden weakness of the face, arm, or leg, most often on one side of the body. People experiencing these symptoms should seek medical care immediately
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World Heart Federation 10h
💃 We took the dance challenge to & raise awareness of prevention! 🕺 Join the on 🎶➡️
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World Heart Federation 13h
People with atrial fibrillation are 5️⃣ times more likely to have a . If you have any concerns, speak to your doctor. For more info, download our infographic ➡️
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World Stroke Org 15h
Today on Oct 29th we are highlighting the importance of action on prevention to reduce the global lifetime risk of stroke. Our aims to raise awareness with a global dance chain. Find out how you can
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World Health Organization (WHO) 15h
Today is . This is how you can prevent stroke: 🚭 Quit smoking 🍺 Limit alcohol consumption 🛑 Control high blood pressure and high cholesterol ✅ Manage diabetes 🏋🏾‍♀️ Watch your waist and weight 🍏 Eat healthy 🏃🏾‍♂️ Exercise regularly 30 minutes a day
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World Heart Federation 16h
Today is . Nearly 14 million people will have a stroke each year and over 6 million people die as a result. to know the signs and - don't let stop you from calling the emergency services. Learn more ➡️
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World Heart Federation Oct 28
How do you ❤️? organized a 3-day screening and awareness campaign, supported by distinguished guests including the Ethiopian Ministry of Health Minister. Tell your story ➡️
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World Heart Federation Oct 27
Del 29 al 31 de octubre, te invita a su XIX Congreso Nacional de Cardiología para debatir sobre clínica, innovación e inteligencia artificial en el campo de la cardiología. Regístrate ahora y visita nuestra caseta virtual ➡️
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World Heart Federation Oct 27
On 29-31 October, join at their XIX National Congress of Cardiology, which will focus on innovation and artificial intelligence in CV care. Register now and don't forget to visit our virtual stand! ➡️
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World Heart Federation Oct 26
Atrial fibrillation affects millions of people and, left untreated, increases the risk and severity of and Download the infographic ➡️
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World Heart Federation Oct 25
How do you ? Nepal Heart Foundation held a nationwide essay competition for grade 10 students on topics related to . Tell your story at
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World Heart Federation Oct 24
On World Heart Day, 1000s around the world raised awareness of . How did you ? Share your stories, photos and films on our website and receive the official WHF certificate of support ➡️
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World Heart Federation Oct 23
How did you celebrate 2020? ❤️ Send us details and pictures of your events and receive the official World Heart Day Certificate of Support ➡️
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World Heart Federation Oct 23
Even levels of blood pressure that are generally considered “normal” may be high enough to foster the development of heart disease, new research shows. ➡️
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World Heart Federation Oct 22
Tobacco use is one of the biggest risk factors for . Tobacco smokers may also be more vulnerable to contracting and to developing more severe forms of . to live smoke free.
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World Heart Federation Oct 22
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And a big thank you to our sponsors & for supporting our effort to rethink the future of the health workforce in the post- era.
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World Heart Federation Oct 22
Thank you for joining us for the second webinar of & a special thank you to our amazing speakers! Join us on 5 November for the next instalment of the series, which will explore the meaning of & in . Register now ➡️
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World Heart Federation Oct 22
"Technology gives us many different options: it helps us collect data, motivate our patients to achieve their goals, improve communications with patients and between healthcare providers." – Tom Gaziano closing our second webinar on the future of the health workforce.
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