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2019 Heart Walk
We have created a variety of ways for you, your friends and family to become involved.
Sign up to walk and/or donate
The Heart Walk will be at the Camden Yards Sports Complex on Saturday, Oct. 12. There is no cost to sign up.
In lieu of walking and/or donating, we will be collecting donations for paper hearts and spare change at URecFit at the Business Desk on the fourth floor of the Campus Center
Want more information on heart disease?
An array of risk factors associated with heart disease, such as sedentary lifestyle, obesity, diabetes, high cholesterol, and smoking, are preventable or manageable. These risk factors can be improved with exercise and lifestyle changes. Interested in finding out more information about heart disease?
Comments from this year's coordinator, Jimmy Mszanski, Assistant Director-Fitness in URecFit and a Walk Committee Member, Diane Aten, Associate Director of Development in the School of Medicine.
Take steps toward a healthier you and join us in the fight against heart disease and stroke by signing up for the 2019 American Heart Association Heart Walk. We know it is a struggle to balance work and life while maintaining a heart-healthy lifestyle, but there are many reasons for you to join us for the 2019 Heart Walk. Here are some of out top reasons:
- Commitment to making a lasting change in my life that will improve my own heart healt and helping others improve their heart health.
- Honor and support those who have or have had heart issues or stroke complications.
- Help save a life.
- Honor the SOM Cardiovascular Medicine patients and the doctors that help treat this disease.
What are your top reasons?
Diane and her father
Jimmy and his parents