As people in the United States come to terms with their second year of COVID-19, a new campaign is reminding them to make cardiovascular health a priority, especially during the pandemic. The “Start Small. Live Big.” campaign will encourage adults, particularly those 55 and older, to get back on track with the small steps—like scheduling their medical appointments, getting active, and eating healthy—so that they can get back to living big. We are happy to join with the CDC Foundation, the Million Hearts® initiative, and organizations across the nation in sharing these important messages. Learn more at HeartHealthySteps.org.
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I love that they made February Heart month. Taking care of our hearts is important and with valentines day loving others helps their hearts as well.
I have a close friend who just found out he needs a bypass. However, the hospital has to wait until they have an ICU to put him in after surgery. All are filled with Covid patients. Majority of which are unvaccinated. Some heart month!?
As someone who has suffered from heart issues, so happy to see the theme for the month!
Great reminders for heart month. Don’t forget to Strengthen those muscles twice a week.
Keep on walking to a better heart!
I have recently lost friends that had COVID that it affected their heart.
Thank you for the document always a good source to get others involved
Such a great theme with useful information.
Wear red this Friday – National Wear Red Day – to show support for women’s heart health!
Walking and other forms of cardio are so great for the heart!
I need this boost to get more active to strengthen my heart.
Such great information.