Southern Surgical Arts Makes Commitment to American Heart Association

February 8, 2016


Cosmetic Surgery Center in Chattanooga TN is “going red” to raise heart cancer awareness, pledges $100 per breast procedure

A Personalized Exercise Plan is the Key to Your Child’s Fitness

June 27, 2013


Creating an exercise plan geared toward your child’s interests will help your child develop lifelong healthy exercise habits.

Klassic Tyre Launches 2011 Community Outreach Campaign

February 5, 2011


Des Plaines, IL (WiredPRNews.com) – Klassic Tyre, an authorized Goodyear dealer headquartered in Des Plaines, Illinois, is pleased to announce the launch of their 2011 Community Outreach Campaign and their selection of the American Heart Association as the first beneficiary of their philanthropic efforts. For the month of February, Klassic Tyre will donate 5% of […]

U.S. adult smoking rate remains high

September 9, 2010


The rate of adult smokers in the country has reportedly remained constant over the last six years.

Toothbrushing linked to heart health

June 1, 2010


Researchers find that regular toothbrushing may help ward off heart disease.

Hugs record set in Vegas

February 17, 2010


A man gave a record setting number of hugs over Valentine’s Day weekend to support the American Heart Association. Las Vegas (WiredPRNews.com) – A Ohio man recently set a new record for the most hugs given in a 24 hour period. As reported by the Associated Press (AP), Jeff Ondash, set the record in Las […]

Workplace Wellness Has Major Cost Benefits

October 1, 2009


Research suggests wellness programs in the workplace can reduce risks for heart disease and other major health complications. Press Release Service – Wired PR News – Research suggests workplace wellness programs can significantly reduce risk factors for major health complications such as heart disease. As reported by HealthDay News, the American Heart Association recently released […]

Health Advocates Warn of Sugar Over Load

August 25, 2009


The American Heart Association has stated that Americans need to cut back on their sugar intake. Press Release Service – Wired PR News – Americans on average are taking in too much sugar. As reported by the Associated Press (AP), there is a growing concern by health advocates of the need for many to cut […]

Effects of Anger on Heart May Predict Risks

February 24, 2009


Anger’s effect on the heart may be a predictor for irregular heartbeat risks. WiredPRNews.com – The heart’s way of handling anger is said to be a predicting factor for risks of an irregular heartbeat. As reported by the Associated Press (AP), research released on Monday suggests that hostility or anger can cause arrhythmias in certain […]

 
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