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Manage stress! Try exercise, yoga or meditation. Learn more about Heart Services at UCLA.

By uclahealth • February 15, 2017

Go nuts! An ounce of nuts a day provides heart health benefits. Learn more about Heart Services at UCLA. ...

By uclahealth • February 14, 2017

While boxes of decadent chocolates treats, celebratory champagne and romantic high-calorie dinners may dance in your mind as a way to celebrate Valentine’s Day, ...

By • February 14, 2017

Stay active! Regular physical activity has the potential to make the biggest impact on health. Keep moving! Learn more about Heart Services at UCLA. ...

By uclahealth • February 13, 2017

Heart attacks peak during the holidays! The highest risk days are December 26, followed by December 25, followed by New Year’s Day. Learn more ...

By uclahealth • February 11, 2017

When city-wide smoking bans were put into place in Pueblo, CO, Helena, MT and Bowling Green, OH, heart attack rates fell by up to 47%. ...

By uclahealth • February 10, 2017

Studies from more than 20 countries show that moderate drinkers have 20-40% less coronary heart disease than nondrinkers. Learn more about Heart Services at ...

By uclahealth • February 9, 2017

People who brush their teeth only once a day are more likely to develop atherosclerosis (clogged arteries) than people who brush their teeth twice daily. ...

By uclahealth • February 8, 2017

Approximately 40% of people having a heart attack die before they get to the hospital. Learn more about Heart Services at UCLA. [caption ...

By uclahealth • February 7, 2017

A person who has both a first degree relative (a parent or sibling) and a second-degree relative (uncle or grandparent) who suffer from early heart ...

By uclahealth • February 5, 2017