Learning Wednesday: What Keeps Your HEART Alive?

The Coronary Circulation. This is the anatomy specimen of the Blood supply of the Heart.

Beautiful, isn’t it? Keep your heart healthy by nonsmoking, being active, breathing exercises, tryglicerides and cholesterol within normal limits, and having a stressless lifestyle.

Take care of your body: Remember that the best medicine is education and preventionโ€”DrMACN

13 thoughts on “Learning Wednesday: What Keeps Your HEART Alive?”

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  1. Perfect post for heart month Martha. My maternal grandmother died of a massive heart attack enroute to the E.R. and she had 8 siblings and all but one died of heart trouble. My mom had an arrhythmia, so I try to eat smart as best I can.

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      1. Thanks Martha – I hope so and was part of the reason I started walking as I was working from home and sitting too much! You make me feel better in this heart-smart month for sure!

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