According to the American Heart Association, cardiovascular diseases, including stroke, are still our nation’s No. 1 killer. That’s why since 1963, Congress has required the President to proclaim February as American Heart Month, urging Americans to join the fight against heart disease. Every year, their goal is to raise funds for research and education and pass along vital information about heart disease and stroke. The American Heart Association’s website is a valuable tool for gaining knowledge about the warning signs of heart attacks and strokes. Visitors can also educate themselves on the different heart diseases and conditions in addition to ways on how to avoid these common health problems. In addition to diet and medicine, some of the most popular methods of prevention are currently exercise and stress management.
The vast Janson Media portfolio contains several titles that promote a healthy lifestyle and overall wellness. Whether one has an interest in finding fun and engaging ways to remain active or learning more about the origins of natural medicines, you’re sure to find the following content informative and enlightening.
The Secret World of Wellness (3 x 52′) is a three-part series that brings the timeless wisdom of some of the world’s most advanced early cultures back to life, exploring Ancient India, China and Rome.
On the Janson Media DVD Ease into Pilates, instructor Katrina Fitness leads viewers through a pleasurable and positive introduction to the increasingly popular form of exercise Pilates, in a home workout suitable for both fitness beginners & regular exercisers.
Rodney Yee’s one-hour PBS special The Practical Power of Yoga demonstrates simple techniques that will profoundly enhance your physical, emotional and mental well being through Yoga.
The hour-long program Homeopathy: Mystery of Healing explores the origin, principles and modern practice of homeopathic medicine.