jueves, 14 de febrero de 2019

Weight control | Heart health | Cholesterol | Questions for your doc | Physical activity

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Need to Lose Weight?  

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More than one of every three American adults is overweight. Regular physical activity and a healthy eating plan can help. (From NIH’s NIDDK)

Join NIH’s “Our Hearts” Campaign  

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For American Heart Month 2019, make a pact with your friends, family, and others to be heart healthy. (From NIH’s NHLBI)

Control Your Cholesterol  

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Your body needs a waxy, fat-like substance called cholesterol to function, but too much can cause problems. Get tips for having a healthy level. (From NIH News in Health)

Ask Your Doc About Your Heart  

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Do you know your risk for heart disease? If not, ask your doctor these 10 questions. (From NIH’s NIA)

Light Activity May Lower Harmful Effects of Sitting

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A study suggests that doing 30 minutes of light physical activity each day instead of sitting can bring important health benefits. (From NIH Research Matters)

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