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(BPT) - Every year in the United States, about 600,000 people die of heart disease – that’s one in every four deaths. Coronary heart disease (CHD), which can lead to heart attack, remains the most common type of heart disease amongst Americans – killing nearly 380,000 annually. What’s more – heart disease does not discriminate by race or gender and people of all ages and backgrounds may be at risk.
World Heart Day will be observed September 29, 2014.
Steps to prevent heart disease.
It is important to recognize the signs of a heart attack and to act immediately by calling 9–1–1.
Cool, crunchy cucumbers add delicious flavor to summer dishes.
Julia Child says, “Freshness is essential. It makes all the difference.”
Having close biological relatives with heart disease can increase your risk of developing this disease. Family health history offers important information to help you and your family members understand health risks and prevent disease.
Learn about your risks for heart disease and stroke and stay "heart healthy" for yourself and your loved ones.
According to Chef Judson Allen, a “Next Food Network Star” finalist and chef who has maintained a 150-pound weight loss, Americans can take care of their hearts without sacrificing their favorite foods.
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More than half of all apples eaten in America come from Washington state. This is the time of year to take advantage of our state’s great local produce!
Leafy greens are plentiful – truly winter treasures! They are known to help prevent cancer and to add a ton of vitamins (especially K, A and C) to your diet. Plus, there are plenty of low-salt ways to cook them to keep your heart and kidneys healthy.
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