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St. Patty's Day: Alcohol And The Heart

Posted by Dan Cromar on 3/9/2016
St. Patrick's Day will be here soon. Many people celebrate this holiday by drinking alcohol in excess. However, if you choose to drink, then it is a good idea for you to limit your alcohol consumption in order to protect your heart. Below is a list of ways that alcohol can negatively affect your heart:

5 Heart Health Myths That Are Just That

Posted by Dan Cromar on 2/24/2016
In the past few years, cardiovascular health has gotten a lot of attention in the media. It's no wonder as millions of people die from heart disease every year. But while there is a lot more information about heart health available to the masses, there are also a few myths that have taken root in the public consciousness. This article will tell you about the top 5 heart health myths. 

The Five Most Important Places To Have AEDs

Posted by Dan Cromar on 2/10/2016
An automatic external defibrillator, or AED, is a device that has saved countless lives. It works by checking a person's heart rhythm and shocking the heart back to normal rhythm if necessary. Studies have shown that early use of an AED can increase a person's chance of surviving cardiac arrest.

There are a number of places that should have AEDs. Below is a list of five of the most important places that should have AEDs:

High Rise Buildings

The floor you live on could have a negative or positive effect on your chances of surviving cardiac arrest. A study that was done by the Canadian Medical Association showed that people had the greatest chance of surviving cardiac arrest if they lived on floors one through three. However, a person's chance of surviving cardiac arrest goes down drastically if he or she lives on the 16th floor or above.

The Effects Of Yoga On Heart Health

Posted by Dan Cromar on 1/27/2016
Yoga is a great exercise. It not only helps tone your body and improve your flexibility, but it can also improve your heart health. Below is a list of ways that yoga can improve your heart health:

How To Get Your Health Back on Track After the Holidays

Posted by Dan Cromar on 1/13/2016
Everyone wants to truly enjoy the beauty of the holidays, relishing the season by savoring special treats we only indulge in in December. However, January is the time to get back on track with our health goals. Whether or not your clothing is a little snug, chances are your body may feel sluggish and your mind may feel slow. What are some great ways to get back the energy, vitality and health that you once enjoyed?

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 St. Patty's Day: Alcohol And The Heart
 5 Heart Health Myths That Are Just That
 The Five Most Important Places To Have AEDs
 The Effects Of Yoga On Heart Health
 How To Get Your Health Back on Track After the Holidays

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