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University of Wisconsin Hospitals & Clinics
Proud Sponsor of the American Heart Association's Go Red For Women Movement
January 2014

When Feeling "Worn Out" Means Something More

  Joe Capaul

When 77-year-old Joseph Capaul fainted at church one Sunday morning, he chalked it up to working too many long hours on the Christmas tree farm he owns. But, after it happened a few more times at home, he went looking for answers. Find out how UW Health's Faint and Fall Clinic helped


Coming Feb. 1: "28 Days, 28 Ways to Love Your Heart"

  Smiling Woman

Take 5 minutes a day to show your heart - and yourself - a little love. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter or Pinterest and throughout February, you can learn simple steps, watch inspiring videos and find tools to help you take better care of yourself. Find out the 4 weekly themes


Going "Nuts" for Heart Health

  Dried fruit

An easy way to improve your heart health this year might be as simple as adding a handful of nuts to your diet. Recent research indicates that people who eat nuts live longer and have a lower risk of heart disease. Learn what you should keep in mind to get the most benefit and find a delicious snack recipe



Heart-Healthy Recipes

Find delicious heart-healthy recipes for your holiday table.

Eggplant with Feta Cheese and Tomatoes


Mediterranean Stuffed Salmon


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