This is also available in Spanish – Celebre el Mes Americano del Corazón.
This February let’s celebrate American Heart Month by saying NO to cardiovascular disease! Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of mortality globally for both men and women. It is estimated that roughly 17.9 million individuals worldwide succumb to complications resulting from cardiovascular disease every year. By definition, cardiovascular disease is an umbrella term that encompasses several different diseases that impact the heart and blood vessels. These diseases include heart disease, stroke, heart failure, and peripheral artery disease. To reduce your risk of developing any of these conditions and their symptoms, here are 7 things that you can do to take care of your heart!
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Want to learn more about how to make heart healthy choices? Join February’s Stirring Up Healthy Recipes class! Stirring Up Healthy Recipes is a FREE monthly cooking class that provides practical nutrition education to those living with a chronic disease diagnosis.
If you have not registered for Stirring Up Healthy Recipes – what are you waiting for? You can sign up by following the link HERE!
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From the Greek di, two, kentron, a spur, referring to the two spurs on the petals (Fumariaceae). Hardy herbaceous perennials formerly known as Dielytra. Fibrous and tuberous rooted, they generally transplant badly because the roots are as brittle as glass. The flowers are pendant from arching stems, like lanterns hung along a cord.
We’ve all heard the accusations: ‘Valentine’s Day is a commercial holiday designed to get us to spend more money!’.But, once upon a time, Valentine’s Day was celebrated with enthusiasm! If you’ve ever wondered why Valentine’s Day is celebrated, or better yet, why roses in particular have become the traditional Valentine's symbol, then you’re in the right place. Where it allegedly all began You might have heard of someone called Saint Valentine. Well, the identity of Saint Valentine isn’t officially confirmed – but this historical figure is the influence of Valentine’s Day.
What better way to brighten your garden in the early part of Spring than with the enchanting Primrose? February welcomes this resilient and vibrant perennial, transforming outdoor spaces into a riot of colours. With its delicate petals and soothing fragrance, the Primrose stands as a symbol of hope and renewal, making it the perfect choice for garden enthusiasts looking to usher in the blossoming season.
I wasn’t aware that it was the end of the month until it no longer was the end of the month, and the new month of February instead – this is becoming a habit! As my EOMV posts are as much for my own records as anything else, I shall whizz through it with just photographs this month and (may) be better prepared next month… You can check out the usual locations the photographs are taken from by looking at the ‘Route of Video Tours’ under The Garden tab.
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Whether you are planning a birthday party or a formal dinner for business associates, flowers can play an important role in the decorations. But you don’t have to settle for run-of-the-mill, one-color arrangements of carnations and daisies. Why not key the floral decor to the season or holidays and special events in the month?
Hispanic Heritage Month is a celebration of the rich and diverse culture and history of the Hispanic and Latino countries and communities. It runs from September 15th to October 15th and holds a special significance as many Central and South American countries celebrate their independence days within this timeframe, adding to the pride each country has for its unique history. In this celebration of culture, we cannot overlook the significance of traditional Hispanic foods. These dishes, with their unique blend of influences, reflect the heart and soul of Hispanic and Latino heritage. From mole in Mexico to arepas in Colombia, these culinary traditions tell a story of diversity and flavor.
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