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Heart Healthy Living and Yet My Heart Was Broken by Dr. Brad Lustick Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:04pm One expects that if they live a healthy lifestyle there should be an absence of heart disease and a portrait of a healthy heart. However, this does not always ring true and my self-portrait is testimony to such. Actually, as friends and family might attest to, I have always been a little different. Some of my friends think I eat cardboard a ... Read on »
Heart Healthy Living and Yet My Heart Was Broken by Dr. Brad Lustick Posted Wed 22 Jul 2009 12:00am One expects that if they live a healthy lifestyle there should be an absence of heart disease and a portrait of a healthy heart. However, this does not always ring true and my self-portrait is testimony to such. Actually, as friends and family might attest to, I have always been a little different. Some of my friends think I eat cardboard and b ... Read on »
Heart Healthy Living And A Broken Heart No Less by Dr. Brad Lustick Posted Mon 27 Jul 2009 9:57pm One expects that if they live a healthy lifestyle there should be an absence of heart disease and a portrait of a healthy heart. However, this does not always ring true and my self-portrait is testimony to such. Actually, as friends and family might attest to, I have always been a little different. Some of my friends think I eat cardboard and bird ... Read on »
Healthy Heart - Healthy Living by Dr. Larry O. Medical DoctorHealth Maven Posted Tue 24 Feb 2009 3:11pm "I was experiencing shortness of breath. I put it out of my mind and chalked it up to lack of exercise. Walking to and from conference sessions I was giving that day, my breathing got worse. Given my obvious intelligence, professionalism and medical prowess, I responded to the situation in an entirely appropriate manner. I ignored it." ... Read on »
When It Comes To Heart Risk, Healthy Living Pays Off! by DiseaseProof Medical Doctor Posted Thu 23 Jul 2009 10:07pm According to a new study published in Journal of the American Medical Association, eating right and exercising is still the best way to protect your health, and your heart. I know. It’s hardly a revelation, but earlier this year a report said nowadays more Americans have multiple chronic illnesses —including heart disease—than ever before. ... Read on »
Live a Heart Healthy Life for Longevity and Good Health by DrEliaz Posted Thu 31 Mar 2011 8:42pm According to the CDC, a coronary event occurs in the United States every 25 seconds. This sobering statistic is indicative of the unhealthy state of American hearts, both for men and women. Becoming aware of what you can do to maintain and promote a healthy cardiovascular system is the first step to proactively caring for your heart health. Th ... Read on »
Live Heart Healthy by Blake H. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 22 Jan 2009 4:34pm Here’s a quick Monday thought for all of us: “Heart disease is often avoidable. Following a heart-healthy lifestyle doesn’t have to be complicated. Find ways to include heart-healthy habits into your lifestyle - and you may well enjoy a healthier life for years to come.” From here.  Read to learn more about preventing heart disease in y ... Read on »
Even With Heart Disease Awareness on the Rise, Prevention Remains Critically Important for American Women by Karen Bastille Health Maven Posted Fri 05 Feb 2010 10:09pm In recognition of American Heart Month, the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) and its heart disease awareness campaign—The Heart Truth— is reminding all American women that heart disease prevention remains critically important, despite that fact that awareness is at an all time high. More women than ev ... Read on »
Help Your Employees Become Heart Healthy by Lstovall Posted Tue 14 Feb 2012 12:22pm February is American Heart Month, a time to raise awareness about heart disease and educate employees on what they can do to live heart-healthy lives. One of the first steps on the path to heart-healthy living is for employees to “know their numbers.” Key numbers for heart health include: -Total Cholesterol -High Density Lipoprotein (HDL) “g ... Read on »