• Heart Health Month

    by Jonathan Massimino
    on Feb 13th, 2018

The biggest part of living healthy comes down to simply making healthy choices. While you can’t change things like age and family history, the good news is that even modest changes to your diet and lifestyle can improve your heart health and lower your risk by as much as 80 percent. February is American Heart Month, a federally designated event, and an ideal time to encourage Americans, and remind friends, families, and communities to start focusing on their hearts. Choose the healthy heart lifestyle and check out these great ways to reduce the risk of heart disease! 


Author Jonathan Massimino Exercise Physiologist

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