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A Hearty Life

You can spend hours navigated the plethora of information this blog provides—years of posts are in one place providing readers with both anecdotal notes and links to research and tips on heart disease
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About.com-Heart Disease

A combination of articles and blogs about heart disease. This site offers a breakdown of specific conditions encompassed in coronary heart disease as well as tools for researching medications.
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American Heart Association

The authoritative source on all things heart related. You’ll find education on the wide range of coronary heart disease as well as valuable facts, links and resources to help you feel more confident as you manage your disease.
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Cardio Source

The most recent studies and journal publications from the American College of Cardiology.
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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

The U.S. powerhouse on all things disease prevention related. The CDC site is a definitive resource on the clear facts surrounding heart disease—including risk factors, statistics and frequently asked questions.
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Go Red for Women

The American Heart Association’s campaign to bring women together in an effort to wipe out heart disease.
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Health Central

A one-stop shopping site that encompasses resources, tools and the latest news on heart disease with opportunities to connect to both survivors and experts.
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