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7 Habits for a Healthy Heart

from The New York Times

This article highlights the research of ACSM member Michael Emery, M.D.

Worldwide, heart disease and strokes are the leading causes of death. They’re also the leading killers of Americans, accounting for one out of every three deaths in the United States. But there’s good news, too. About 80 percent of all cases of cardiovascular disease are preventable. You can lower your risk markedly by making some changes to your lifestyle, including doing some things that are easy, simple and even enjoyable. Here's what you need to know about heart health, along with some of the best ways to improve and protect yours.

In 2010, a committee of experts with the American Heart Association came up with a strategic plan to reduce cardiovascular disease in the United States. The committee pored over the scientific literature and identified seven of the most important behaviors people can follow to protect their cardiovascular health. more


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