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Incorporating bright colors such as red in to your wardrobe can be a little tricky for some people. BUT, Friday, February 2nd we don't have an option because it's National Wear Red Day!
photo: Thinkstock As much as I'd love to lie in a bed of sandwiches and hotdogs all day, I'd really like to meet my great-grandchildren. Pass the salt, you say? Most of us would actually benefit from passing on the salt. Sodium puts us at a higher risk for heart disease and...
We are all different shapes and different sizes and lead different lifestyles... so why would one type of exercise be right for everyone?
When Paul George was six, his mother Paulette had a stroke. After being bedridden for two years, she is partially paralyzed on her left side but lives a very full life. Now, along with his mother, the Pacers player is an American Stroke Association F.A.S.T. campaign advocate and...
Now, we know stress can come from a million different places, but we're willing to bet that your job is at least in your top five.
10 days of marriage, a lifetime of sorrow. If Pacer's reporter Brooke Olzendam's tragic story does not inspire you to do something about your heart health, we don't know what will. Please consider getting a heart scan today - it could save you and your loved one's lives.
Incorporating bright colors such as red in to your wardrobe can be a little tricky for some people. BUT, Friday, February 3rd we don't have an option because it's National Wear Red Day!
The shortest month of the year is winding down and that means that heart month is coming to a close as well. Still want to support heart health for the last few days of February? Check out this list of ways to show your heart some love for the rest of the month! 1. Winter Warm...
Controlling your risk for heart disease is as simple as this: