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NNLM Reading Club Book Selections for Heart Health Month

Posted Jan 31, 2020
Category: National

Heart disease, the leading cause of death in the United States, is largely preventable. People can do many things to reduce their risk: exercise, make healthy food choices, and also visit their healthcare provider regularly.

February is American Heart Month, but any time is a good time to help raise awareness about heart disease and prevention.

To help get the conversation started, visit the NNLM Reading Club Book Selections and Health Resources: Heart Health. Choose one of the three featured books, then download the discussion guide, promotional materials and corresponding  resources.

Short on time?  No worries! Apply for a free NNLM Reading Club Book kit.
 

NNLM Reading Club Book Selections for Heart Health Month

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