The leading cause of death in the United States among men and women is heart disease. It is also considered a major cause of disabilities. Heart disease costs $444 billion each year between health care, medications, and lost productivity. To raise awareness and combat increasing risks of heart disease, the following selection of heart campaign slogans are compiled to inspire your next campaign. These slogans have been used by health activists and individuals to motivate individuals to maintain a healthy heart.
Be heart healthy.
Commit to be fit.
Diet cures more than doctors.
Do what it takes to start, to have a healthy heart.
Eat right and light.
Eat right, live strong.
Eat well, be well.
For good health’s sake, run, jump, and shake.
Fruits & veggies – more matters.
Get pumped up about Heart Health.
Get to the heart of the matter.. care about Heart Health.
Give up the fat, watch your belly go flat.
Have a healthy heart, don’t delay or else you might live in dismay.
Healthy eating for a strong heart beating.
Healthy heart, healthy you.
Hustle to gain more muscle.
I wear Red for heart disease and stroke awareness.
Ignore your health, it will go away.
It feels so sweet to have a healthy heart beat.
Just for the health of it!
Keep a healthy heart, so we won’t be apart.
Keep the heart pumping so your mother wont be thumping.
Know your farmer, know your food.
Minimize red meat to keep a healthy heart beat.
Nutrition: It can save your life!
Rest a while and run a mile.
Take care of your heart, don’t let it fall apart.
To feel good from your head to your feet keep a healthy heart beat.
With a healthy heart..the beat goes on.
Working together for health.
You can’t beat a healthy heart.
You can’t enjoy wealth if you’re not in good health.
Not all hospitals are created equal when it comes to care. Patients treated in the best hospitals are 38% more likely to be alive one month later. This would result in an additional 32,677 medicare patients that would have been alive 30 days later if they have attended a top rate hospital. The following infographic lists statistics and facts on what to look for when getting treated.