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Take Steps to be Healthy For Good

It’s time to start Heartwalking to be Healthy For Good.  The American Heart Association and American Stroke Association’s new Healthy For Good movement is designed to provide science-based recommendations, tools, tips and motivation to build healthier behaviors.  It’s all about small steps that can be done each day that will make a big difference tomorrow.

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A Better Night’s Sleep For A Healthier Heart

If you’re constantly cutting out hours of sleep to catch up on the things that you can’t get done during the day, you may want to rethink your habits. Not getting enough Z’s can actually affect cardiovascular health. Researchers have found that sleep issues, especially not sleeping enough, obstructive sleep apnea and insomnia can influence

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Celebrate American Heart Month with Healthy Habits

By Laura Coti Garrett, Guest Blogger The words you long to hear, but rarely claim: time for self-care. Women’s heart health is our February focus. It’s what Go Red for Women is all about. Women tend to take care of others before themselves. Quick to put children, spouses, colleagues, bosses, neighbors, friends and aging parents

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Lace Up and Go

On April 6, countless numbers of New Jerseyans will lace up their sneakers and walk to commemorate the annual American Heart Association’s National Walking Day. This year, there’s a fun way to participate nationally: everyone who walks on April 6 can “donate” their minutes walked to the American Heart Association by posting their minutes on