Month of February

Healthy Heart Month

Join the FDHA in wearing RED to raise awareness about Heart Health Month! In the U.S., heart disease remains the number 1 cause of death for men and women. According to the American Heart Association (AMA), an American will have a heart attack about every 40 seconds. Also, an American will have a stroke almost every 40 seconds. Preventtion includes: stop smoking tobacco and avoiding second hand smoke; engage in physical activity for at least 2.5 hours a week; eat fruits and vegetables, while avoiding food / drinks high in sugar and salts; and maintaining a healthy body weight. Knowing your numbers for blood sugar (glucose), blood pressure and cholesterol are just as important.

For more info and testing locations, visit Good Samaritan Health Center and Physicians Care Clinic.

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