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American Heart Association: “Medicines That Can Help You Quit Smoking.”
Cleveland Clinic: “E-Cigarettes: Tobacco-Free, But Your Heart May Still Be at Risk.”
Heart Insight, magazine of the American Heart Association: “Using Your Mobile Device to Get Healthy.”
American Heart Association: “No Time for Exercise?”
American Heart Association: “Strength and Resistance Training Exercise.”
American Heart Association: “Work Out at Work.”
American Heart Association: “Depression after a Cardiac Event or Diagnosis.”
Texas Heart Institute: “Women and Heart Disease.”
National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute: “Menopausal Hormone Therapy and Heart Disease.”
Arthritis Foundation: “NSAIDs and the Risk of Heart Problems and Stroke.”
Texas Heart Institute: “Research Shows Flu Can Trigger Heart Attacks.”
Cleveland Clinic: “Oral Health and Risk for CV Disease.”
American Heart Association: “Sleep Apnea and Heart Disease, Stroke.”
Steptoe, A. and Kivimäki, M. Nature Reviews Cardiology, June 2012.
American Heart Association: “Fight Stress with Healthy Habits.”
American Heart Association: “Alcohol and Heart Health.”
American Heart Association: “Home Blood Pressure Monitoring.”
Cleveland Clinic: “Heart Health Benefits of Chocolate.”
Reviewed by Suzanne R. Steinbaum, MD on February 04, 2020
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