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Heart Health Myths

Are you able to separate myth from fact when it comes to your heart health? At the Long Island Heart Associates, we’ve done the research for you. Here is what we have uncovered about factors that may or may not have a negative impact on your heart. Read more »

Dance Your Way to Better Health

If you were told that you could burn fat and tone up to stay in shape while having fun, would you believe it? The latest workout craze—Zumba has taken the nation by storm. Are you willing to give it a try to keep yourself in tip-top shape? Read more »

A Happy Heart for Valentine’s Day

When you think of Valentine’s Day, the image of flowers, chocolate and pink and red everything will likely cloud your mind. Whether you are celebrating Valentine’s Day with your sweetheart or a beloved friend or family member, nothing makes the heart happier than chocolate in moderation and the feeling of being loved, or in love! Read more »

Heart-Healthy Living Made Easy

Looking for foods rich in nutrients and flavor to protect your heart and satisfy your cravings? Recipes like this do exist and are easy to make and include into a daily diet regimen.  Spice up your life—the healthy way, with low sodium substitutes and low carb alternatives. Read more »

How to Keep Your Heart Healthy This Winter

The winter can be beautiful, minus the cold, the extra effort to stay warm and the increased risk for heart attacks—a surprising finding that is not solely connected to the cold temperatures or the extra effort needed to battle the elements. Read more »

5 Winter Activities That Promote Healthy Living

The weather outside is frightful and the fire might be delightful but that is no reason to stay inside this winter. Rather than hibernating in your home until the spring, take part in new and exciting activities to keep you active during the cold winter months. Here’s how to get the most out of your New Year while reaping the benefits of an active, healthy lifestyle! Read more »

Foods That Impact Heart Health

It may come as no surprise that food and health go hand-in-hand. Each newly marketed product likely has a tag line that associates its consumption with various health benefits. Know what is healthy and what could be damaging to your heart. Read more »

Lycopene-Based Foods Linked to Heart Health

A tomato a day will keep the doctor away—okay, maybe that saying is a bit different than the one that you grew up with in grade school, but that does not mean it’s incorrect. Read more »

Save Your Heart and Your Money This Year

For many of us, the start of a New Year means cutting down on unhealthy habits and making it a priority to go to the gym. For those who plan to be financially savvy and lead a healthy lifestyle, the ability to work out without the gym can lead to increased heart health and savings! Read more »

Fight The Mid-Winter Blues

With the low temperature, reduced physical activity, shorter days and a lack of sunlight, it may come as no surprise that the winter months prove to be the most miserable time of the year for individuals with mild to moderate depression. Read more »