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  1. A prescription for physical activity is important after a heart attack. It is important to follow the guidelines for physical activity ...
  2. ... 324 calories). Look for ways to be more active every day. Even small changes, such as standing ... burn calories without going to a gym. Plan active parties. If you have guests over for a ...
  3. Staying Active at Any Size From the National Institutes of Health (National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases)  
    Obesity/Related Issues ... Obesity ... Benefits of Exercise/Learn More ... Benefits of Exercise ... National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases ... Physical ...
  4. There are many benefits to being active. Staying active can: Help control your blood sugar Help control your weight Keep your heart, lungs, and blood vessels healthy While the ...
  5. ... encourage and motivate children and teens to stay active, both at home and school, even if they ...
  6. Motivating Kids to Be Active (Nemours Foundation)  
    active, kids, motivating kids, motivating kids to be fit, fitness, kids and exercise,, CD1Obesity
  7. Healthy Aging/Specifics ... Healthy Aging ... Exercise for Older Adults/Related Issues ... Exercise for Older Adults ... National Institute on Aging ... From the National Institutes ...
  8. ... intensity of your activity will depend on how active you were before the heart attack and how ... do some things around the house to stay active, but always ask your provider first. Avoid a ...
  9. Get Active Easy-to-Read (Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion)  
    Exercise and Physical Fitness/Start Here ... Exercise and Physical Fitness ... Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion ... Easy-to-Read ... Regular physical activity ...
  10. ... other treatment options known as watchful waiting or active surveillance.
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