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University of Wisconsin Hospitals & Clinics
Fall 2012

Active Living Program Can Help Treat Prediabetes

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If you have prediabetes, you are at an increased risk for developing Type 2 diabetes, heart disease and stroke. Learn more about prediabetes and UW Health's, "Active Living and Learning" program that may help you reverse or prevent its effects. Read more

 
 

Is Aspirin Therapy Right for You?

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A low-dose aspirin every day is an easy, proven way to prevent heart disease in at-risk people. But it may not be for everyone. Find out who should take aspirin and what you need to ask your physician. Read more

 
 

Go Red for Girls: Helping Girl Scouts Love Their Hearts

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Since 2007, more than 4,000 girls from 29 states have earned their Red Dress patch. Meet one Girl Scout and her team who are working to raise awareness about heart disease. Read more

 
 

Have Your Dessert and Eat It Too

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The holidays are coming. While visions of sugar plums (or cakes and cookies) may be too tempting to resist, there are ways to indulge and maintain your heart-healthy lifestyle. Read more and find recipes

 

 

Heart-Healthy Recipes


Spaghetti Squash with Fresh Tomato Basil Sauce

Eggplant with Feta Cheese and Tomatoes

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