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Calling All Pet Parents!

Do you have the cutest pet in all of New Hampshire? Then we think that they should be the mascot for the New Hampshire Heart Walk! It’s easy – just make a $25 donation to your Heart Walk team page, then email a photo of your pet to Caela Goumas at Caela.Goumas@heart.org. Don’t forget to

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Five Ways To Move More At Work And Make It Count

We spend a lot of time sitting. Whether it’s at our desks, in front of our tv, or in the car – most of our time is not spent being physically active. Only 26 percent of men and 19 percent of women meet the recommended amount of activity of 150 minutes per week of moderate

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NH Heart Ball Honors Survivors and Heart Heroes

The 2019 New Hampshire Heart Ball will be held on April 13 at Wentworth by the Sea in New Castle, NH as a celebration of the mission, passion, work, and life-changing and life-saving achievements of the American Heart Association. The Heart Ball recognizes a remarkable community of volunteer advocates, champions and leaders. Heart disease and

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Eat Green For St. Patrick's Day

St. Patrick’s Day is a fun day in March to celebrate Irish traditions, whether or not you’re of Irish decent.  It can be fun to explore a different culture, but this day often comes with some not-so-healthy traditions. This can include overindulging in foods high in fat or sodium and overindulging in alcohol. It’s okay

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Healthy Snacking For Nutrition Month

Cold weather often has us reaching for comfort food and that comfort food isn’t always the best for our bodies. A healthy diet and lifestyle are the best weapons in the fight against heart disease, the No. 1 killer of Americans. March is National Nutrition Month and the American Heart Association is urging those in

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Get Active, Get Healthy

By: Anne L’Heureux RD, LD   Hannaford Online Dietitian, part of Hannaford’s team of 36 Dietitians Guest Blogger It’s March and you can feel the excitement of Spring and warmer weather just around the corner. Hiking, biking, or simply relaxing by the water are just a few fun outdoor activities that you can enjoy during the

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3 Ways To Get Healthier For Heart Month

February is American Heart Month! While nearly 80 percent of cardiac events can be prevented through education and lifestyle changes, cardiovascular diseases continue to be a huge health threat. To treat, beat and prevent heart disease and stroke, Americans should understand family health history, know their five key personal health numbers to help determine risk

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Little Red Hats Make a Big Impact in New Hampshire

Knitters across New Hampshire came together for an important cause this February. Hundreds of volunteers helped to knit red baby hats for the American Heart Association’s Little Hats, Big Hearts program this year. Little Hats, Big Hearts raises awareness about family heart health and congenital heart defects, the most common type of birth defect in

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Make Your Superbowl Sunday A Healthy One

The big game is coming up, it’s time to take out the jerseys and lucky socks and watch your team win the Superbowl! While being a football fan is a lot of fun, it can also be tough on your health. It’s hard to control your stress levels while watching the game, but at least