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Living with Atrial Fibrillation Brochure
This brochure discusses atrial fibrillation as a major risk factor for stroke and provides information on medications, including the anticoagulant warfarin - one of the most promising methods of treatment and prevention of stroke.
The Effects of Excess Sodium Infographic
The American Heart Association helps you learn the effects of excess sodium on your health and appearance.
Sodium Swap: Change Your Salty Ways in 21 Days
The American Heart Association helps you learn to eat less sodium by changing your salty habits with this three-week plan.
The Salty Six
The American Heart Association helps you learn the most common foods loaded with excess sodium.
Reduce Blood Sugar with Life's Simple 7
The American Heart Association helps you learn to reduce blood sugar using these simple tips.
75% of Americans Want Less Sodium in Processed and Restaurant Foods Infographic
The American Heart Association surveyed Americans about the sodium in their foods. Here's what they said!
Understanding Stroke Brochure: Are You at Risk?
This brochure provides a concise overview to help people understand the types of stroke and identify risk factors, especially those that pertain to them. Patients learn which risk factors can be treated, modified or controlled and which cannot. Key points are provided to help people recognize and respond immediately to symptoms of stroke.
Stroke Connection Special Edition: Preventing Another Stroke
Information from Stroke Connection Magazine and current medical research addresses common risk factors of recurrent stroke.
Know Your Risk Factors for High Blood Pressure
The American Heart Association helps you understand your risk of high blood pressure, also called hypertension, by looking at family history, age, diet and poor nutrition like a high-sodium diet, obesity and lack of exercise, alcohol as well as stress, smoking and sleep apnea.
Women, Heart Disease and Stroke Brochure
Information about the seriousness of heart disease and stroke, related risk factors (including family history, diabetes, cholesterol, and high blood pressure), warning signs, and what to do in an acute event.