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February 5, 2013
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February is American Heart Month and Cooper Aerobics is Going Red to support the fight against cardiovascular disease and stroke. In this issue you'll find tips to prevent heart disease and improve your heart health.

Prevention Plus

Our Mission to Fight Heart Disease
Did you know Dr. Kenneth Cooper chaired the first Heart Walk in 1992? Learn about our shared mission with the American Heart Association to prevent heart disease and stroke.

Fitness Files

Why Aerobic Activity is Good for Heart Health
What type of cardio should you do for a strong, healthy heart? Find out how to reap the maximum benefits from your workout routine.

Nutrition Bites

Smart Heart Nutrition
Four tips to incorporate a balanced, smart nutrition plan to decrease your risk of cardiovascular disease.

Vitamin Aisle

Heart Health and Omega-3s
Hear how omega-3 fatty acids impact your heart and how to ensure you’re getting enough in your diet.

What's New at Cooper

Heartsaver AED Training
Ninety-two percent of sudden cardiac arrest victims die before reaching the hospital. If more people knew CPR, more lives could be saved. The Cooper Institute’s Heartsaver AED course teaches you how to confidently administer to CPR. Click here or call 972.341.3200 to register.

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Cooper Aerobics Goes Red for American Heart Month

Feb. 1 marked the 10th anniversary of the American Heart Association's Go Red for Women Movement and also kicked off American Heart Month. We are proud to Go Red and support this important cause.

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Proper Walking and Running Form
One of the number one reasons people cannot stick with a walking or running program is due to injury. Learn how to avoid discomfort or pain with proper form.



Smart for Your Heart Lasagna
by Meridan Zerner, MS, RD, CSSD, LD,

Cooper Clinic