Cardiologist Sarah Clauss, MD, shares five ways families can prioritize heart health this February during American Heart Month.
During the winter, getting enough exercise is one of the first areas we overlook, but it’s critically important for strengthening growing hearts and lungs and preventing obesity.
Using healthy substitutes, remembering to exercise and focusing on traditions rather than food will help make your holidays healthy.
It’s important to fight the tryptophan, an amino acid in turkeys often associated with sleepiness, and get the family moving after Thanksgiving.
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