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Building healthier lives, free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke.
Building healthier lives, free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke.

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Here are 5 things this doctor says every woman should know about her familial hypercholesterolemia: http://spr.ly/6263D2ZlT #KnowFH
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Nearly half of American adults have high blood pressure, but the symptoms aren't always obvious. The best way to know is to have your blood pressure checked. Here's how to do it right: http://spr.ly/6265D2lSB
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Save the date for a Facebook Live event in recognition of #WorldHeartDay.
We’re going to be talking live with a female cardiologist from UT Southwestern and twin sisters living with heart failure about signs and symptoms, early detection and diagnosis and the connection between women and HF.
#RiseAboveHF http://spr.ly/6264D2wxn
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"Staying active and doing my rehab at home has been instrumental in my recovery," Rob writes for the Support Network:
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Make the time for a healthy lifestyle. You're worth it. #MondayMotivation
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Family time isn’t just for dinner. Easy breakfast burritos are a great way to start the day! http://spr.ly/6260DFx5C
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"Knowledge is power, and with early diagnosis and aggressive treatment, my boys can expect to live happy, full lives." #KnowFH
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Studies have shown that breakfast-skippers are more likely to have diabetes, heart disease and high cholesterol. So how do you make the most out of the most important meal of the day? Plan ahead: http://spr.ly/6265DI7ez
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Was the irregular heart rhythm condition known as atrial fibrillation (AFib) a factor in your stroke? Well worth finding out, since AFib can increase stroke risk fivefold. But once diagnosed, it can often be managed successfully. Learn more: http://spr.ly/6269DICvf
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After seven weeks of intense therapy, Angie looked like her pre-stroke self. But she wasn’t prepared for the depression and anxiety that rocked her world soon after. Angie is sharing her story so other survivors know they are not alone.
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