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Love Your Heart

5 years agoHealth : Blisstree: Feel

You read about Wear Red Day, but it’s still American Heart Month. And there are several ways to love your heart to help defeat the number one killer of women: heart disease. While some risk factors for heart disease like family history and age can’t be changed, you still have control over other areas like blood pressure and weight. Lower High Blood Pressure Know your blood pressure and work with your doctor to lower it if necessary.
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