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Where can I get information on how to take better care of my heart?

Jeff Arnold
Healthcare
A healthy heart is the key to a long, happy life. To get information on how to take better care of your heart start with the Sharecare Love-Your-Heart Center. There you can find Sharecare’s top heart health Q&As, test your heart IQ with our heart smarts quiz and get tips from Sharecare’s top heart experts. Learn what you need to know to keep your ticker in top shape.
Carolyn  Thomas
Healthcare
Another great resource is the Heart and Stroke Foundation's website at www.heartandstroke.com. They have a comprehensive online bank of helpful heart tips including 'Healthy Kids' pages, yummy heart-smart recipes (this week: "A Healthy Twist to Mac & Cheese", for example), eTools, free newsletters, and even a multi-cultural section with heart health information published in several languages.
And for information that's specific to women and heart disease - our #1 killer - check out both "The Heart Truth" at www.thehearttruth.ca or "WomenHeart: The National Coalition of Women With Heart Disease" at www.womenheart.org.

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