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What if there is evidence of instructions with simple steps that serves as a recipe for a longer life?
Read Eduardo Sanchez’s latest column
Social factors such as race, income and environment could erase gains made against heart disease and stroke, says a scientific statement from the American Heart Association.
Read more about social factors
If approved, a measure to require New York City chain restaurants to label high-sodium menu items could take effect as soon as December.
Read more about sodium warnings
Michael LaBelle recently met the man who discovered the disease he was diagnosed with as a toddler.
Read Michael LaBelle’s story
Too much salt
can be measured
in blood pressure
Eating too much salt long-term or gradually eating more over time can significantly raise the risk of developing high blood pressure.
Read more about salt
New York is working to join 24 other states that require CPR training in schools, partly thanks to Suzy McCarthy, whose daughter Madison died in 2001.
Read more about CPR in schools
Cullen Timmons likely would’ve died before graduating medical school had he not put a stethoscope to his own chest.
Read AHA CEO Nancy Brown’s latest column
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