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Frequently Asked Questions About Physical Activity
The American Heart Association answers these frequently asked questions about physical activity.
Prevention and Treatment of PAD
The American Heart Association explains that treatment for PAD focuses on reducing symptoms and preventing further progression of the disease. In most cases, lifestyle changes, exercise and claudication medications are enough to slow the progression or even reverse the symptoms of PAD.
Congenital Heart Defects and Physical Activity
The American Heart Association explains that exercise has many benefits and should be a regular part of almost anyone's life including most people with congenital heart disease.
Getting Active with Life's Simple 7®
The American Heart Association helps you learn to get active using these simple tips.
6 Simple Steps for Your Whole Family to be Heart Healthy
The American Heart Association offers these tips on how to find time for the whole family to be heart healthy.
Life's Simple 7® - Get Active
The American Heart Association explains that getting active is one of Life's Simple 7 keys to prevention of heart disease and stroke and gives steps you can take to get more physical activity.
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When is the best time of day to work out?
The American Heart Association explains when the best time of day to work out is.
Workplace Health Solutions How It Works
The American Heart Association?s five-step process guides companies to assess the culture, structure and health outcomes of your organization?s workplace health program, and provides you with expert resources for making improvements which can lead to increased engagement and productivity, while also reducing healthcare costs and employee turnover.
Common Problems and Solutions for Being Physically Active
The American Heart Association offers tips to get your exercise routine back on track after a cardiac event.