28 Days of Heart

Each February, we focus on heart health and the essential role it plays in our overall well-being, as part of American Heart Month. Maintaining good heart health can help you add years to your life. This year, we’re celebrating 28 Days of Heart Health. Come back to our website each day this month for short articles, featuring recipes, tips, exercise ideas and important info to help you stay heart smart.

Day 1: Welcome to 28 Days of Heart Health

We’re kicking things off today with a recipe for Roasted Salmon with Pesto Vegetables. Read more.

Day 2: Thirty Minutes a Day to Keep Heart Disease Away

Did you know that exercising as little as 30 minutes every day can improve your heart health and quality of life? Read more.

Day 3: Overlooked Symptoms to Watch

Symptoms of a heart attack can be much more subtle than how they're portrayed in the movies. Read more.

Day 4: Warning Signs for Women

You might think that gender doesn’t matter when it comes to heart disease. But it does. Read more.

Day 5: Give Your Kitchen Pantry Some Love

Eating smart for your heart starts at home. But how do you know what to stock up on to keep your meals heart-healthy? Read more.

Day 6: Know Your Numbers

One step in taking charge of your health is knowing specific numbers that play an important role for your heart. Read more.

Day 7: The Heart Benefits of Yoga

Yoga is a practice that – according to the American Heart Association – reaps widespread benefits. Read more.

Day 8: An Egg White A Day...

If you’re an egg lover, you may scoff at eating just the whites. Not so fast! Read more.

Day 9: Workplace Workouts

As we have been spending more time at home, there’s a good chance many of us are spending too much time sitting! Read more.

Day 10: All About BMI

What does BMI mean anyway? Learn about your numbers and why they matter. Read more.

Day 11: Is It A Sign?

If you or someone you know exhibits signs of heart disease, it’s important to act quickly. Read more.

Day 12: A Happy Heart

Learn how laughter can have a positive effect on your heart health today. Read more.

Day 13: Take As Directed

Here are some key questions to ask your doctor about your medication prescriptions. Read more.

Day 14: Me-Time For Your Heart

Cupid says you should carve out some me-time today. Read more.

Day 15: Give Your Brown Bag A Boost

Check out this heart-healthy twist on broccoli salad to put some pizazz in your lunch pack today. Read more.

Day 16: Heart Health Starts at Home

Did you know you can get your physical activity in without even leaving your house? Read more.

Day 17: How Weight Can Weigh On Your Heart

Being overweight can be a critical indicator of risk for heart problems. Read more.

Day 18: Having a Heart-To-Heart About Health

Here are some tips for having an open and honest conversation about heart disease. Read more.

Day 19: Fun Facts About Your Heart

How well do you know your own heart? Check out some fun facts about your ticker. Read more.

Day 20: Annual Check-Up For Your Heart

Learn about some common screenings you should consider on your next wellness visit. Read more.

Day 21: The Hearty Benefits of Sleep

Get practical tips for a better sleep tonight. Read more.

Day 22: We Heart Dessert

Check out this recipe for a delicious, heart-healthy treat. Read more.

Day 23: Got Kids? Give 'Em Heart

These kid-friendly health tips will get your family moving today and every day. Read more.

Day 24: Heart Health At Any Age

Each new decade brings new challenges, not the least of which is how to properly care for your heart. Read more.

Day 25: Minutes Matter

Learn what to do if you or someone you love may be experiencing a heart attack. Read more.

Day 26: Suprising Ways to Boost Your Heart Health

There are a number of things you can do to give your heart a boost that might surprise you. Read more.

Day 27: An Unwanted Heirloom

Learn about the link between your family medical history and your heart health. Read more.

Day 28: A Hearty Recipe For The Road

Enjoy this tasty white bean chicken chili while you plot out the next steps of your health journey. Read more.

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