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The Philippine Heart Association has released vibrant and entertaining educational videos about "Let's Do 52100 daily!" movement. These videos could be played in patient gatherings and events.
5 SERVINGS OF FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
2 HOURS OF SCREEN TIME
1 HOUR OF MODERATE PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
0 NO TO SUGARY, SWEETENED, BEVERAGES
0 NO TO SMOKING, NO TO SECONDHAND SMOKE
The Philippine Heart Association, together with the Asia Pacific Society of Cardiology and the World Heart Federation, recently submitted a letter to the Office of the President of the Republic of the Philippines, pushing for stronger labeling requirements and eliminating tobacco industry influence in policy making.
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) supports the proposal to install defibrillators in all buildings and crowded places in Metro Manila to ensure the availability of these devices in case anyone suffers cardiac arrest.
By Gynna P. Gagelonia
The Philippine Heart Association (PHA) is taking on the challenge of the World Heart Federation (WHF) to work on an ambitious goal: 25 percent reduction in premature cardiovascular disease (CVD) mortality by 2025.
The announcement was made by the PHA Board of Directors who was in full force at the Philippine College of Physicians Health Forum @ Annabel's at T. Morato Ave., Quezon City. The theme was: "Take the Road to a Healthy Heart".