THE BEAT GOES ON: Cardiovascular Health hits newsstands today in USA Today
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NEW YORK, Feb. 22, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The sixth edition of Mediaplanet's "Cardiovascular Health" hits newsstands in select markets of USA Today this morning, covering everything from prevention to treatment to the rehabilitation of America's number one killer.
In partnership with the American College of Cardiology, Cleveland Clinic, American Heart Association, Mended Hearts, WomenHeart, Sudden Cardiac Arrest Association, Star Jones, Nature's Own, Cardiocomm, Thoratec, Boston Scientific, Ohio State University, Preventative Cardiovascular Nurses Association, CR Bard, Lifesystems International, Coricidin, NuStep, and OmegaBrites for American Heart Month we will educate and inspire our readers to take a proactive approach to preventing and managing their Cardiovascular Health.
Whether it is plain ignorance of the necessity to take these steps or an "It can't happen to me" attitude, Americans time and again are making decisions against their own best interest. So how do we change these behaviors? It is not something that can be done overnight, and scare tactics rarely motivate. Instead, together with our partners, Mediaplanet presents a call to action for Americans to take a proactive approach to preventing and managing Cardiovascular Disease. In discussing the latest advances in technology, research and preventative methods, we'll inspire readers to face this disease head on and change the face of heart health in America.
For more information on this campaign or any of our partners' amazing work in the industry, please contact us.
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