A new study shows even people who already at a healthy weight can improve their risk of heart disease and diabetes, Kenneth Craig reports (1:44). WCCO 4 News At Noon - July 12, 2019

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Cutting Just A Few Hundred Calories Daily Could Have Big BenefitsA new study shows even people who already at a healthy weight can improve their risk of heart disease and diabetes, Kenneth Craig reports (1:44). WCCO 4 News At Noon - July 12, 2019
Nurses, Podcasters Give Free Blood Pressure Screenings In St. PaulThe death of director John Singleton inspired the local chapter of Black Nurses Rock to team up with Two Haute Mamas to get everyone thinking about their blood pressure numbers, Bill Hudson reports (2:07). WCCO 4 News At 5 - June 14, 2019
Two Haute Mamas Raising Awareness Of High Blood PressureLindy Vincent, of Two Haute Mamas, and Kelly Robinson, with Black Nurses Rock of Minnesota, explain (3:02). WCCO Mid-Morning - June 11, 2019
Make-A-Wish Walk For Wishes This WeekendGena Johnson, from Make a Wish Minnesota, and our own Matt Brickman explain (2:59). WCCO Mid-Morning - June 5, 2019
Study Says 6+ Cups Of Coffee Per Day Increases Heart RiskAustralian researchers studied the pros and cons of drinking coffee to find out how much is too much (2:23). WCCO Mid-Morning - May 13, 2019
How Tyto Home Says It Can Save You MoneyThe $300 device promises to save you trips to the doctor by allowing you to video call one instead, Christiane Cordero reports (3:18). WCCO Mid-Morning - May 8, 2019
Are Daily Eggs Actually Bad For You?The research shows people who eat three or four eggs a week have a higher risk of both heart disease and early death compared with those who eat fewer eggs (3:03). WCCO Mid-Morning - March 20, 2019
3.5 Percent Of U.S. Kids Have High Blood PressureDr. Gigi Chawla from Children's Minnesota talks about why heart health is important, and how parents can help their kids have healthier hearts (2:57). WCCO Mid-Morning - February 20, 2019
FDA Approves Heart Device For Babies With Heart DefectBabies with a common heart defect will be able to receive help (2:17). WCCO 4 News at 5 – February 15, 2019

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Teen Tobacco Use Reaches Highest LevelThe Centers for Disease Control blames the increased use of e-cigarettes among middle and high school students (3:22). WCCO Mid-Morning - February 12, 2019
Local Dietitian Provides Heart Health TipsFebruary is heart health month (4:59). WCCO 4 News At 10 – Feb. 9, 2019
American Heart Month Raises Awareness For Heart DiseaseA new survey shows 62 percent of Americans failed the Heart Attack IQ Quiz (3:45). WCCO Mid-Morning – February 5, 2019
Bill In Hawaii Would Ban Cigarette Sales ThereThat would make Hawaii the first state in the national to prohibit the sales of cigarettes (3:40). WCCO Mid-Morning - February 4, 2019
What Taking A 'Dry January' Will Do To Your BodyA study in the U.K. found participants experiencing better sleep, improved liver function, lower blood pressure, and lost weight (3:20). WCCO Mid-Morning - January 3, 2019
Medtronic Co-Founder Earl Bakken Dies At 94Bakken died peacefully at his home in Hawaii, Matt Brickman reports (0:23). WCCO Mid-Morning - October 22, 2018
Think These Are Healthy Foods? Think AgainA new paper published in the "Journal of the American College of Cardiology" studied the heart health benefits of popular foods (2:51). WCCO Mid-Morning - July 24, 2018
New Kiosk Aims To Teach CPR TechniqueThe kiosk is operated by the American Heart Association and sponsored by Medtronic Foundation. Alicia Bravo, a Hennepin Healthcare emergency nurse and cardiac arrest survivor, explains (3:14). WCCO Mid-Morning - June 7, 2018
3D Printers Being Used To Help Heart PatientsPeople keep finding new ways to use 3D printers, including in the medical field. Tracy Townsend reports from Ohio, where doctors are using them to help heart patients. (1:34) WCCO This Morning – May 25, 2018
Woman, 98, Works Out At Gym For Those With Heart Disease RiskThree times a week. you'll find Loretta Jensen working out at a gym for people who have a high risk of heart disease, Angela Davis reports (2:43). WCCO 4 News at 5 - March 22, 2018
A Preview Of This Year's Red Dress CollectionThis year will be the 6th anniversary of a special runway show and cocktail party that benefits the American Heart Association. Designer Thom Navarro shares his inspiration (3:21). WCCO This Morning - February 27, 2018
Get Trained On How To Perform CPRJason DeRusha and Matt Brickman talk with Kim Harkins with Minnesota Resuscitation Consortium, along with Dale Wakasugi, a two-time cardiac arrest survivor and also an American Heart Association volunteer (3:11). WCCO Mid-Morning - February 21, 2018
Heart Disease Survivor Talks Signs & Symptoms To Look Out ForNew research shows women may be more likely than men to experience lesser-known heart attack symptoms in addition to chest pain. February is National Heart Month, and today we have a guest with us who knows all too well what it's like to experience heart problems. (3:30) WCCO Mid-Morning – Feb. 20, 2018
Go Red For Women: Raising Heart Health Awareness This MonthAs you may know, people are going red for women during the month of February. The American Heart Association is raising awareness for heart disease. And here at WCCO we are a proud sponsor. Here to talk to us today about heart health is Mayo Clinic's Dr. LaPrincess Brewer. (3:37) WCCO This Morning – Feb. 16, 2018
North Branch Woman Survives 2 Heart Disorders, Gets TransplantHeather Peterson is now 33 and reflecting on how she survived two genetic disorders that cause heart failure, Angela Davis reports (2:22). WCCO 4 News at 5 - Feb. 15, 2018
How Can You Lower Your Blood Pressure?February is heart awareness month, and it's estimated that nearly 50 percent of Americans now have high blood pressure, John Lauritsen reports (2:26). WCCO 4 News At 10 – Feb. 12, 2018
MOA Turns Red For Heart HealthThe Go Red Health Expo took over the Mall of America today, Liz Collin reports (0:51). WCCO 4 News At 6 – Feb. 10, 2018
Heart-Healthy Recipes For Going Red This FebruaryAs part of the "Go Red for Women" movement, chef and author Robin Asbell shares some health-conscious recipes (2:55). WCCO This Morning - February 2, 2018
Study Recommends Chocolate For BreakfastThat study said chocolate helps with cognitive performance. Another study from Tel Aviv University also says eating dessert for breakfast supports weight loss, and cuts cravings, Jason DeRusha reports (0:52). WCCO This Morning - November 17, 2017
American Heart Association Changes Guidelines For High Blood PressureThe change means nearly half the U.S. population is living with hypertension, Chris Martinez reports (2:13). WCCO 4 News At 5 – November 13, 2017

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