Seasonal Affective Disorder is depression that comes and goes with the seasons. It typically starts in fall/winter and ends in spring/summer – but can happen the other way around.
– nimh.nih.gov (National Institute of Mental Health)
National Cardiac Rehabilitation Week, Feb. 12-18, celebrates cardiac rehabilitation’s role in the health of those with heart disease, as well as those at risk.
– aacvpr.org (American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation)
Laughing hard can expand the inner lining of your blood vessels by more than one-fifth, which is great for your cardiovascular health.
– umm.edu (University of Maryland Medical Center)
Age-related macular degeneration, or AMD, is the leading cause of blindness among older Americans - but new treatments are making it dramatically more manageable.
– nei.nih.gov (National Eye Institute)
During American Heart Month in February, the American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women movement works to beat heart disease, the number-one killer of women.
– cdc.gov (Centers for Disease Control)