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September 29th is World Heart Day and the World Heart Federation is letting you share your activity on their worldwide map. Whether you are running for someone you know, spreading awareness or just getting your blood pressure checked, let the world know at world-heart-federation.org.
Here’s a look at how it is being observed around the world.
Read the research happening across the field of cardiovascular health at Annualreviews.org, a non-profit publisher providing a collection of research articles free to read until November 1st 2018. Learn about Preventative measures in public health that are improving heart health outcomes and how stressful life events have been linked to poor health. Find out how Finland aimed to change the status quo in an entire country.
It’s the first World Heart Day to be celebrated in Tanzania, with the launch celebrated with the “My Heart, Your Heart” campaign.
2,000 people in Borneo raised awareness by walking a mile in Sarawak, where World Heart Day has been observed for 20 years.
Doctors in Oman urged people to spend the weekend looking after their most important muscle by increasing their exercise levels.
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