Try this 5 week heart health challenge to help you make real changes that can improve your lifestyle in ways that promote heart health.
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In week two of the challenge, you will set new goals to improve heart health through walking and aerobic exercise.
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Start the first week of the heart health challenge by scheduling an appointment with your doctor to help you assess your heart health status so you can begin changing your habits.