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1. Heart Disease
  Heart Disease
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2. American Heart Month 2021: Controlling High Blood Pressure
  American Heart Month 2021: Controlling High Blood Pressure
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3. Great American Smokeout®: November 21, 2019
  ? The health benefits of smoking cessation are extensive. Some, like risks of developing certain cancers, occur 5-10 years after quitting, but others kick in as early as 20 minutes after that last cigarette. Read on to learn more about the immediate and long- term health effects of smoking cessation: 20 minutes after quitting, heart rate and blood pressure drop. 12 hours after quitting, carbon monoxide
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4. Vitamin D, It's More Than Sunshine
  Hopkins Medicine Health Alert, studies suggest that there are heart benefits of vitamin D that include blood pressure regulation, heart attack, stroke, and heart failure reductions as well as helping to reduce inflammation in the arteries. Epidemiological documentation by the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition shows that increasing vitamin D decreases the risk of developing many chronic diseases
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5. Employee Services
  with someone can help & the support can get you back on track - Financial Stress Your EAP can help you get back on track with your finances Wellness Updates from Horizon Wellness Setting Goals to Change Habits Self Care During Quarantine Beat the Blues Get Fit, Stay Fit (All About Exercise) Calm, Cool and Collected (Tips for Managing Stress) Know the Signs of a Heart Attack 2019 Wellness
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6. Resources
  Resources General Information Comprehensive Cancer Control (CCC) National Partnership Strategies and Collaboration American Cancer Society  National Cancer Institute  American Institute for Cancer Research  Centers for Disease Control & Prevention  National Institutes of Health  National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute
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7. Prevention
  : Blindness (Macular degeneration), impaired sense of smell & taste, cancer of lips & mouth. Throat, larynx, esophageal, and tracheal cancer Heart disease, lung cancer, COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease), Asthma Gastric, colon, and pancreatic cancer Cervical cancer, early menopause, reduced fertility, infertility, and impotence Financial burden of smoking: annually
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8. September is Designated as National Cholesterol Education Month
  on Purdue’s West Lafayette campus says that, “Our bodies need cholesterol to make hormones, vitamin D and a substance that helps us digest foods.” Although it is important for our body, doctors tell people to eat as little cholesterol as possible because too much can be bad.  High cholesterol raises the risk of heart disease and stroke, which are common causes of death in the US
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9. June is Alzheimer's and Brain Awareness Month
  Family history and genetics may have a role in developing the disease Changes in the brain can occur before symptoms are present Scientists are looking into the effects of education, diet, environment, heart disease and stroke on the development of Alzheimer's There is growing evidence that physical, mental and social activities may reduce the risk of Alzheimer's disease Alzheimer
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10. Herbal Supplements and Prescription Medications
  and nonprescription medicines If you have a blood clotting disorder, diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, Parkinson's disease, an enlarged prostate gland, a psychiatric problem, an autoimmune disease or other serious medical conditions, you should avoid taking herbal products unless under the supervision of a physician Price is not necessarily an indication of the products quality or effectiveness Look
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11. Tobacco
  to shorten a woman's life by 14.5 years and a man's life by 13.2 years. Smoking has been found to be responsible for at least nine cancers other than lung cancer. Cardiovascular disease (like stroke and aneurysms) and lung diseases (like emphysema and pneumonia) are also linked to smoking. Second hand smoke also increases a person's risk for cancer, lung disease and heart disease
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12. DASH Diet
  known as hypertension, can increase the risk for heart disease and stroke, the first and third leading causes of death in the United States according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). About 73 million people in the U.S. have high blood pressure. Another 59 million people have pre-hypertension, a condition that increases the likelihood of developing high blood pressure and other complications
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13. Goals & Objectives
  . Objective #6d: The Coalition will work with NJCEED and the American Heart Association to conduct one activity for Heart Health Awareness Month during February 2017. 7. Melanoma-Choose Your Cover and SCREEN GOAL #7: Sun Safety: Increase sun safe behaviors among the region's population and increase early detection of melanoma and other skin cancers. Objective #7a: One Choose your Cover free skin cancer
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14. June is Men's Health Month
  18 and older are in "fair" or "poor" health. The leading causes of death for American men are heart disease, cancer and accidents (unintentional injuries) (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC). A strong and healthy body and mind provide many health benefits and maintaining healthy habits helps to lower the risk of many diseases. Whether it's your husband, partner, dad, brother, son
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15. National Kidney Month
  blood as well as healthy kidneys. As a result, wastes, toxins, and extra fluid can build up in your body and cause other health problems, including heart disease and high blood pressure. This type of long-term illness is known as chronic kidney disease. Chronic Kidney Disease When your kidneys are not working as they should to clean your blood, numerous health issues may occur as a result
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16. Freeholders Issue Proclamations at Meeting on March 11, 2020
  of Recognition to Mary Ann Warner MS Awareness Week March 8-12, 2020 March is National Nutrition Month Freeholders Issue Proclamations at Meeting on February 19, 2020 Certificate of Recognition to Helen Kaposi on her 105th birthday. Accepting, Linda Esposito, Owner - From The Heart Elder Care with Freeholder Dawn Fantasia Proclamation
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17. Staying Healthy During the COVID-19 Pandemic
  difficult to do everyday workouts. Although usual workout routines may be interrupted, many different organizations have begun to offer free at home workout training. The American Heart Association (AHA) offers free daily workout videos that families can do together or that someone can do on their own. They are offered live or recorded programs can be found on their website. They also offer many other
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18. Burn a Little Wiser in Sussex County
  range of sizes but the EPA is most concerned about the smallest particles ( It may be difficult to think that these small particles could cause more harm, but it is their size that allows them to enter deep into the lungs, heart, and bloodstream. The severity of this public health concern is seen in the health problems caused by overexposure to particulate matter. The problems include increased
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19. Easter Hazards
  to touch the liquid inside of a raw egg, immediately wash your hands with soap and water. Refrigerate colored eggs. Even though hard-boiled eggs are cooked, they should not be out at room temperature for more than 2 hours. Chocolate Chocolate can be toxic to both cats and dogs. Symptoms include convulsions, heart problems, nausea, and vomiting. Easter Grass Keep away from pets. They are choking
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20. Dawn Fantasia
  for seniors and veterans are issues close to Dawn’s heart due to her past work and volunteer experience with Meals on Wheels, and the military service of her father and both grandfathers. Contact Information >> COMMISSIONER LIAISON APPOINTMENTS Department of Central and Shared Services, Division of Health, Chamber of Commerce, Economic Development Partnership (Alternate), Capital
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