Missouri Million Hearts

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Million Hearts
is a national campaign formed to prevent one million heart attacks and strokes by 2017.  
The partnership of key health organizations in Missouri raises awareness by highlighting the cooperation and individual work of the partners
to achieve the shared goal of saving lives from heart disease and stroke. 
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Missouri Million Hearts Patient Resources    

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DHSSOther resources regarding sodium and blood pressure     

CDC Sodium Resources: 

Tobacco Cessation:
1-800-Quit-Now number (1-800-784-8669)

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Tuesday, October 28
Million Hearts face-to-face meeting
10:30am - 3:00 pm
200 N Keene Street, Suite 101
Columbia, MO  65201

Wednesday, October 29
World Stroke Day

It’s #WorldStrokeDay!

Recognize this important day with us by heading to your nearest social media account and share this image to teach your network how to recognize and react in a stroke emergency.

World Stroke Day was established by the World Stroke Organization in 2006 to help spread public awareness of the world's high stroke risk and stroke prevalence.

The American Heart Association/American Stroke Association supports the annual campaign by educating Americans about the stroke warning signs and the importance of taking action immediately. 

While stroke is the No. 4 cause of death and leading cause of disability in the U.S., many Americans do not think of stroke as a major health concern. 

We have made a lot of progress, but we still have a ways to go and need your help!

If you learn and share the F.A.S.T. stroke warning signs with your friends and family, you may save a life, possibly yours. Why? Because spotting the warning signs and calling 9-1-1 immediately can lead to quick stroke treatment and may even save a life.