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Life happens; circumstances out of our control, and sometimes our own choices. In general, our well-being is dependent upon our thoughts, decisions, behaviors and social supports. Some circumstances may not change, but it is possible to recognize negative influences, make changes, and thrive!

What does living well mean to you? You might say that living well is a list of things to do or not do that make life better. But what does a better life look like?

Jean-Paul Sartre wrote that “Everything has been figured out, except how to live.” And that’s true. Life is a continuous lesson. We can’t always pinpoint the exact formula that contributes to that feeling of knowing we are living well. Each person has a different combination of factors and influences, both good and bad, that go into their own unique life. Those things often determine whether life is lived well or not.

Join us as we identify what gets in the way, learn how to clear our life path of the unnecessary and unhealthy, and discover how to live well.

FEBRUARY

Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women in the United States. But there is good news! It is also one of the most preventable diseases. You can prevent heart disease by following a heart-healthy lifestyle.

February is National Heart Month. Visit each of our Be Well pages for information to live a heart-healthy life and get started with tips and habit-changes for boosting your heart health.

Why Stress Happens and How to Manage It

Stress is a natural feeling of not being able to cope with specific demands and events. However, stress can become a chronic condition if you do not take steps to manage it, and stress can certainly take a toll on your heart!

Sleep Plays an Important Role in Heart Health

There’s more to staying heart-healthy than just eating right and exercising regularly, namely getting enough shuteye.

What is Heart-Healthy Living? Check Your lifestyle!

Heart disease is a leading cause of death in the United States for both men and women. But you can do a lot to protect your heart and stay healthy. Learn about the steps you can take for a heart-healthy lifestyle.

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The well-being of the heart is key. Don’t waste your time!

How to Quit Tobacco

Smoking is the most preventable cause of death in the U.S. It’s linked to about one third of all deaths from heart disease and 90% of lung cancers. But quitting is hard. During Heart Month, commit to taking the steps to quitting with tips from the American Heart Association

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Choose one tip each week to keep moving towards a healthier heart.

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