28 Days of Heart Health

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28 Days of Heart Healthy Tips, Facts & Events

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Feb. 1 - GraphIcon Heart Attack Symptoms can vary between women and men.


Feb. 2 - GraphIcon Research has proven that participants in cardiac rehab programs have 25% reduction in risk of recurrent heart attack. Find out more about Southeast Cardiac Rehab.

Feb. 3 - CalendarIcon Today is National Wear Red Day. Let's Go Red For Women!

Feb. 4 - CalendarIcon Join us for the Southeast Missouri State University "Red Out" Day with Redhawks

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Feb. 5 - GraphIcon In 2015, an estimated 15.1% (36.5 million) U.S. adults were considered cigarette smokers


Feb. 6 - HRA Icon Find out what your risk for Heart Disease is by completing a HealthRisk Assessment

Feb. 7 - GraphIcon Research has proven that participants in cardiac rehab programs have 20-30% reduction in all-cause mortality rates

Feb. 8 - GraphIcon Heart Disease is the No. 1 leading cause of death in our region.

Feb. 9 - FactsIcon1 If you’re a one-pack-a-day smoker in Missouri, you inhaled a whopping $1,598 last year.

Feb. 10 - CalendarIcon Come aboard “The Love Boat” at KRCU’s annual Valentine’s Day Party sponsored by SoutheastHEALTH, Friday, Feb. 10 at Isle Event Center. Get Tickets @ www.krcu.org/valentine

Feb. 11 - FactsIcon1 Did you know your heart beats more than 36 million times a year?


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Feb. 12 - GraphIcon It's National Cardiac Rehab Week. Research has proven that participants in cardiac rehab programs have 25% reduction in risk of recurrent heart attack.


Feb. 13 - TipsIcon Take care of your gums…brush and floss to help reduce your risk of heart disease
Feb. 14 - CalendarIcon Mended Hearts Support Group: a national, non-profit service organization that provides continuing education and emotional support for heart patients and their families.
Feb. 15 - GraphIcon Smoking is the No. 1 preventable cause of heart disease
Feb. 16 - FactsIcon1 Dance, dance, dance! Dancing raises your heart rate and gets your lungs pumping.
Feb. 17 - GraphIcon Did you know that heart disease is the No. 1 killer of women?

Feb. 18 - GraphIcon Find out what happens when you’ve put out your last cigarette!

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Feb. 19 - TipsIcon Nuts! Almonds, walnuts, pecans and other tree nuts are loaded with heart healthy fats, protein and fiber and can help reduce your risk of heart disease. Just don’t go nuts…enjoy in moderation.


Feb. 20 - CalendarIcon "Mardi Gras Fun" Healthy Cooking Class: learn cooking techniques to improve the nutritional value and lower the calories in the foods you eat.
Feb. 21 - CalendarIcon Managing Heart Failure Seminar: The Beat Goes On (Cape)
Feb. 22 - FactsIcon1 Southeast Hospital introduced open heart surgery to downstate Missouri in 1984.

Feb. 23 - FactsIcon1 LOL! And not just on Facebook posts. Research suggests laughing out loud lowers stress hormones and raises levels of HDL, your “good” cholesterol.
Feb. 24 - CalendarIcon The SoutheastHEALTH Ambassadors invite you to an exclusive Red Wine & Dark Chocolate Pairing event at Port Cape.
Feb. 25 - TipsIcon Dark chocolate in moderation is sweetness for you and your heart and can help lower blood pressure.

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Feb. 26 - TipsIcon Busy hands, happy hands…engaging in activities like knitting, working jigsaw puzzles or scrapbooking can help take the bite out of stressful days.


Feb. 27 - FactsIcon1 Spouses and partners of smokers have a high risk of heart disease. Call 573-331-6369 or email dleoni@sehealth.org to set up a time to talk with a tobacco cessation coach about creating a plan to help you quit.

Feb. 28 - CalendarIcon Managing Heart Failure Seminar: The Beat Goes On (Dexter)SaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSaveS


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