Stay Healthy for Good by NYU Langone Health

NYC Healthy for Good and the Long Island Heart Walk are sponsored by:

The American Heart Association’s Healthy for Good is a healthy living movement to inspire lasting change in your health and your life, one small step at a time. The approach is simple: Eat smart. Move more. Be well. We are honored to collaborate with NYU Langone Health and their healthcare professionals on initiatives aimed at helping residents of New York City and Long Island live longer, healthier lives.

#EatSmart

The benefits of eating seasonal produce:

There are many benefits to eating seasonally, both for your heart and wallet. Seasonal eating is more than just a trendy food movement, says Dr. Howard Weintraub, Preventive Cardiologist from NYU Langone Health’s Center for Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease.

 

7 Tips for Eating Healthy at Home:

On the road to improved heart health, smart food choices can make a world of difference. That’s why Dr. Howard Weintraub, Preventive Cardiologist from NYU Langone Health’s Center for Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease wants to share these 7 healthy tips can keep you on track.

 

Add color by eating seasonally:

Every season of the year presents opportunities to add color to your plate. Dr. Howard Weintraub, Preventive Cardiologist from NYU Langone Health’s Center for Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease shares some of his seasonal favorites.

 

#MoveMore


What to know before the big race:

Who should speak to a cardiologist before they begin training for a race or Heart Walk? with Dr. Sean P. Heffron, Cardiologist and Sports Health Expert from NYU Langone Health’s Center for Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease.

 

What are the warning signs that tell you something is wrong and it’s time to see a cardiologist? with Dr. Larry Phillips, Cardiologist and Sports Health Expert from NYU Langone Health’s Cardiology Associates.

 

How might medications effect our performance and what should we be looking for as we begin to train? with Dr. Sean P. Heffron, Cardiologist and Sports Health Expert from NYU Langone Health’s Center for Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease.

 

How to make the most of your race or workout:

How important is hydration before, during and after workout? with Dr. Sean P. Heffron, Cardiologist and Sports Health Expert from NYU Langone Health’s Center for Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease.

 

What should we be aware of when running on cold weather days? with Dr. Larry Phillips, Cardiologist and Sports Health Expert from NYU Langone Health’s Cardiology Associates.

 

What should we be aware of when running on hot days? with Dr. Larry Phillips, Cardiologist and Sports Health Expert from NYU Langone Health’s Cardiology Associates.

 

How to get the whole family excited about exercise:

What are some tips to get kids excited about exercise and movement? with Dr. Larry Phillips, Cardiologist and Sports Health Expert from NYU Langone Health’s Cardiology Associates.

 

What are some different ways to get the recommended amount of exercises each week? with Dr. Sean P. Heffron, Cardiologist and Sports Health Expert from NYU Langone Health’s Center for Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease.


Additional collaborations between NYU Langone Health and the American Heart Association.

The Head-Heart Connection: A Conversation on Mental Health featuring:

Dennis A. Goodman, MD, Clinical Professor, NYU Langone Health
Mary Carol Mazza, PhD, Psychologist from NYU Langone Health


The Link: Physical Activity & Heart Health featuring:

Heather A. Milton, MS, RCEP, CSCS, Exercise Physiologist Supervisor, Sports Health Expert, NYU Langone Health


.Summer of Health:  A Conversation on Staying Healthy and Safe featuring 

Sean P. Heffron, MD, Exercise Physiology Specialist, Center for Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease, NYU Langone Health

Melissa C. Alazraki, RDN, Dietician Nutritionist, Center for Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease, NYU Langone Health


 

Stay tuned for more heart healthy resources coming soon.