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American Heart Month

By Sandy Todd Webster / February 8, 2023

February is American Heart Month, which gives you a great reason to engage both clients and staff on a number of cardiovascular health topics. Why not consider the following?  Did you see the American Heart Association collaborated with a panel of dietitians, nutrition researchers and physicians to provide tips for heart health nutrition in its…

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Red Meat and Heart Health

By Matthew Kadey, MS, RD / April 1, 2022

New research is trying to uncover why diets heavy in red meat are tied to a heightened risk for mortality from cardiovascular disease.

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Heart Health, Super Bowl Sunday & Valentine’s Day

By Sandy Todd Webster / February 11, 2022

Heart disease is a leading cause of death in the United States, claiming the lives of more than 650,000 people per year, according to the Centers for Disease Control. Sadly, it is a mostly preventable lifestyle disease that is needlessly damaging too many lives. 

 

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Physical Activity in Later Life Still Beneficial

By Sarah Kolvas / August 27, 2021

Inactive people may have a second chance. Increasing physical activity in later life benefits benefits life expectancy, according to a study.

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Research Update: The Value of Exercise for Women’s Health

By Len Kravitz, PhD / June 14, 2018

Fitness pros have a unique opportunity to take a leadership role by guiding their female clients toward a healthier, movement-oriented lifestyle. This women’s health research update discusses contemporary scientific findings you can use to educate your clients and plan up-to-date programs.

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