Thanks to @WoplTweets for hosting SMG’s Dr. Liliana Cohen. Attendees to the lecture learned you can protect your ❤️ against heart disease by being active, getting quality sleep, eating healthfully, managing stress & not smoking. https://t.co/w0ZdkNoQde #ourhearts #hearthealth https://t.co/Brr2qCXPRH
Getting 7-8 hours of quality sleep each night is good for your heart and vascular system, so follow a good bedtime routine. #AmericanHeartMonth #OurHearts https://t.co/0Fn7bx6wAI
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❤️❤️❤️Keep #OurHearts healthy: Move more, eat healthy, quit smoking, manage stress, and checking your health stats can keep #OurHearts healthy. Visit https://t.co/co5LNtGW54 for more information to see what others in your community are doing. #hearthealth https://t.co/YIpgoMKaHf
Even though February is ending, being heart healthy is important 365. Your @aucwoodrufflib #WoodiHealthHub reminds you that #OurHearts are healthier together! For more info on #WoodiHealthHub visit https://t.co/700PcxaSqY. Generously funded by @NNLMSEA. #hearthealthy #HeartMonth https://t.co/H7qKSNo8fR
Being active together can make it easier and more fun to meet the goal of 150 minutes of physical activity each week. #OurHearts are healthier together. Learn more about heart health: https://t.co/TcvWzbbBW9 https://t.co/qD7MC1B5XQ
it’s easy to fall into sedentary habits, especially if you have a desk job. Make sure to move more throughout the day. How do you and your coworkers find ways to be heart healthy? Share your tips using #OurHearts on social media. #HeartMonth #MoveWithHeart @nih_nhlbi https://t.co/voPR9PQCWb
How are you taking care of your heart? Our patients have taken care of their hearts this month by logging over 425 hours in the wellness program!
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Did you know that the #1 cause of death in the United States is heart disease? That is an alarming statistic, and moving more consistently throughout the day can improve heart health. How do you and your family find ways to be heart healthy? Let's know in the comments! #OurHearts https://t.co/XLFFhxxKqK
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With #HeartMonth coming to an end, we remind everyone that it's important to take care of your #HeartHealth year round. Stress is a contributor to high blood pressure and other heart risks.
We're on day 26 of our #AmericanHeartMonthChallenge!
How has your routine changed?
Small, daily changes can make a big difference. Drink in moderation, cut out cigarettes(vaping and chew too!), and get some exercise.
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