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LOVE YOUR HEART "SAVED MY LIFE" - East County Magazine

East County MagazineLOVE YOUR HEART "SAVED MY LIFE"East County MagazineGabe Gutierrez was in his mid-20s and exercised almost daily. He was a vegetarian. But a blood pressure screening at a Love Your Heart event six years ago showed otherwise. His blood pressure was extremely high. “That can't be right,” thought Gutierrez ...and more »

"LOVE YOUR HEART DAY" OFFERS FREE BLOOD PRESSURE CHECK-UPS ON VALENTINE'S DAY - East County Magazine

East County Magazine"LOVE YOUR HEART DAY" OFFERS FREE BLOOD PRESSURE CHECK-UPS ON VALENTINE'S DAYEast County MagazineFebruary 13, 2017 (San Diego) – The County of San Diego will present “Love Your Heart Day,” a crucial first step towards preventing heart disease, on Valentine's Day, Tuesday, Feb. 14. This one-day event will feature free blood pressure checkups in an ...and more »

Heart Attack vs. Cardiac Arrest vs. Heart Failure: Cardiologist explains the difference - Lakenewsonline.com;

Heart Attack vs. Cardiac Arrest vs. Heart Failure: Cardiologist explains the difference - Lakenewsonline.com

Lakenewsonline.comHeart Attack vs. Cardiac Arrest vs. Heart Failure: Cardiologist explains the differenceLakenewsonline.comIn recognition of American Heart Month in February, Lake Regional Health System is providing education to Lake Sun readers on various heart health topics. Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women in the United States. There ...and more »

Take Valentine's Day to heart—10 tips to better heart health - Medical Xpress;

Take Valentine's Day to heart—10 tips to better heart health - Medical Xpress

Medical XpressTake Valentine's Day to heart—10 tips to better heart healthMedical XpressDr. Sheila Sahni, an interventional cardiology fellow at the David Geffen School of Medicine, and a heart-healthy friend. Credit: UCLA. While boxes of decadent chocolate treats, celebratory champagne and romantic, high-calorie dinners may dance in your ...and more »

Health and fitness lead to a healthy heart - NewsWest9.com

Health and fitness lead to a healthy heartNewsWest9.comWith so many unhealthy options around us, it can be hard to make smart choices for our heart health at any age. "So when should you start worrying about your heart? its definitely not when you're in our lab. The best time to start worrying about your ...and more »

Six Heart-Healthy Valentine's Day Tips - Newsmax;

Six Heart-Healthy Valentine's Day Tips - Newsmax

NewsmaxSix Heart-Healthy Valentine's Day TipsNewsmaxWhile flowers and chocolates may be the most traditional Valentine's Day gifts, experts say that giving the gift of heart health can not only brighten your loved one's day, but keep that spark alive all year long for both of you. Heart disease is still ...and more »

Stay Sweet Without The Heartache - The Montclarion (subscription);

Stay Sweet Without The Heartache - The Montclarion (subscription)

The Montclarion (subscription)Stay Sweet Without The HeartacheThe Montclarion (subscription)Embrace Valentine's Day with heart-healthy baking alternatives for campus bake sales, your valentine or yourself. February is all about the heart. The month is nationally recognized as American Heart Month, an annual campaign that raises awareness of ...and more »

HEALTH AND FITNESS: Heart health numbers to know - Aiken Standard;

HEALTH AND FITNESS: Heart health numbers to know - Aiken Standard

Aiken StandardHEALTH AND FITNESS: Heart health numbers to knowAiken StandardFebruary is American Heart Month, an ideal time to assess your risk of heart disease and take steps to improve your health. When it comes to heart disease, there are several numbers, including your blood pressure, cholesterol and glucose, you (or your ...and more »

Dr. Nina: Heart, emotions more connected than you may know - Press of Atlantic City;

Dr. Nina: Heart, emotions more connected than you may know - Press of Atlantic City

Press of Atlantic CityDr. Nina: Heart, emotions more connected than you may knowPress of Atlantic CityFor weeks now we have seen red hearts, sweet hearts, cards with animals holding hearts and heart-shaped boxes of chocolates. Love is also in the air, all signs that point to Valentine's Day. The traditional heart shape does not resemble our human heart.and more »

For decades, women had heart attacks in silence - KTVQ.com | Q2 | Continuous News Coverage | Billings, MT - KTVQ Billings News;

For decades, women had heart attacks in silence - KTVQ.com | Q2 | Continuous News Coverage | Billings, MT - KTVQ Billings News

KTVQ Billings NewsFor decades, women had heart attacks in silence - KTVQ.com | Q2 | Continuous News Coverage | Billings, MTKTVQ Billings NewsIn 1990, when she got her first job as a cardiologist, Goldberg suspected that a female patient had had a heart attack. The other doctors told the woman that she was probably "stressed out and needed a vacation," said Goldberg, now the medical director ...and more »

Simple lifestyle changes can have great impact on heart health - Lexington Herald Leader;

Simple lifestyle changes can have great impact on heart health - Lexington Herald Leader

Lexington Herald LeaderSimple lifestyle changes can have great impact on heart healthLexington Herald LeaderDespite significant progress, heart disease remains the No. 1 cause of death among men and women in developed countries. One out of four adults die of cardiac-related causes, and many more suffer from lifelong complications and disability. Those ...and more »

Tennessee Department of Health says Heart Disease Still Tennessee's Top Cause of Death - Clarksville Online;

Tennessee Department of Health says Heart Disease Still Tennessee's Top Cause of Death - Clarksville Online

Clarksville OnlineTennessee Department of Health says Heart Disease Still Tennessee's Top Cause of DeathClarksville OnlineTennessee Department of Health Nashville, TN – While matters of the heart are top of mind near Valentine's Day, more Tennesseans should think about them all year long to ensure healthier, longer lives. Tennessee Department of Health data show heart ...and more »

Temecula Valley Hospital's Heart Health event helps women learn symptoms, risk factors and prevention - Valley News

Temecula Valley Hospital's Heart Health event helps women learn symptoms, risk factors and preventionValley NewsOffering an educational forum for women to learn about heart disease and heart health, the Temecula Valley Hospital hosts its fourth annual Awareness Fair luncheon. Through the expert advice from physicians, women will learn about symptoms, risk ...and more »

Getting to the heart of blood pressure - The Gleaner;

Getting to the heart of blood pressure - The Gleaner

The GleanerGetting to the heart of blood pressureThe GleanerRebecca Hopper, MD, Deaconess Clinic Henderson – Starlite Published 7:05 p.m. CT Feb. 11, 2017 | Updated 9:48 a.m. CT Feb. 17, 2017. 636221766240862483-download.jpg. Rebecca Hopper, MD (Photo: Photo by Deaconess Clinic Henderson).and more »

Celebrate Valentine's Day by keeping your heart healthy - The Herald-Times (subscription);

Celebrate Valentine's Day by keeping your heart healthy - The Herald-Times (subscription)

The Herald-Times (subscription)Celebrate Valentine's Day by keeping your heart healthyThe Herald-Times (subscription)Flowers and candy aren't the only way into a loved one's heart. Staying healthy and supporting each other can be a much bigger act of love. According to the American Heart Association, heart disease, including coronary heart disease, hypertension and ...and more »

Heart Month 2017: How to make your diet heart-healthy - Free Malaysia Today;

Heart Month 2017: How to make your diet heart-healthy - Free Malaysia Today

Free Malaysia TodayHeart Month 2017: How to make your diet heart-healthyFree Malaysia TodayHere we round up some expert advice from the AHA, CDC, and BHF on how everyone can maintain and enjoy a heart-healthy diet. eat-heart-healthy-diet With February declared Heart Month, many countries and organizations around the world are ...and more »

4 things to support your heart health - Times of Oman;

4 things to support your heart health - Times of Oman

Times of Oman4 things to support your heart healthTimes of OmanOn the path to good health, it pays to follow your heart - literally. A healthy heart is essential to supporting good overall health, yet many people ignore the warning signs that their heart is not as healthy as it could be. A 2016 survey from the ...and more »

February Is American Heart Month, Tips For Preventing Heart Disease [Video] - The Inquisitr;

February Is American Heart Month, Tips For Preventing Heart Disease [Video] - The Inquisitr

The InquisitrFebruary Is American Heart Month, Tips For Preventing Heart Disease [Video]The InquisitrFebruary is American Heart Month and there's no better time than now to pay careful attention to your heart health. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women.and more »

Newborn babies at LRHC to celebrate American Heart Month with special handmade red hats - Lexington Clipper Herald;

Newborn babies at LRHC to celebrate American Heart Month with special handmade red hats - Lexington Clipper Herald

Lexington Clipper HeraldNewborn babies at LRHC to celebrate American Heart Month with special handmade red hatsLexington Clipper HeraldLexington Regional Health Center is celebrating American Heart Month by partnering with the American Heart Association for the Little Hats, Big Hearts™ program, which raises awareness of heart disease, the No. 1 killer of Americans, and congenital ...and more »

Tennessean Health Experts Raise Awareness on Heart Disease Death and Risk Factors - Capitalberg

Tennessean Health Experts Raise Awareness on Heart Disease Death and Risk FactorsCapitalbergRelieving stress, eating healthier, avoiding tobacco products, getting regular screenings are only several ways to combat risk factors associated with heart disease, physicians say. According to official surveys conducted in the past, heart disease ...and more »