Heart Disease is still the number on cause of death in America. Research and development of prevention is a never-ending battle, and the American Heart Association continues to update its recommendations for keeping your heart healthy. So why do we follow the American Heart Association’s recommendations? According to the Professional Heart Organization, the AHA bases their […]
WRITTEN BY: Casey Bishop, OSU Extension, Paulding County, Family and Consumer Sciences
REVIEWED BY: Amy Meehan, Healthy People Program Specialist, OSU Extension Family and Consumer Sciences
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