Love is Good for Your Heart

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    No other organ in the human body can measure up to the heart’s social reputation. References to the heart paint our pop culture — sonnets (“How do I love thee?”), songs (“My Heart Will Go On,” “Hungry Heart”), everyday idioms (“heart of gold,” “broken heart”). Most of the heart’s fame, of course, comes from its connection to good old L-O-V-E.
    So it’s a bit of scientific serendipity that the act of loving another — be it your mom, your spouse, your pup, your BFF — actually improves your heart health. Read on to find out how and why a little lovin’ helps your ticker.

    • A Positive Attitude Reduces heart attack Risk
    • Love Letters Can Lower Cholesterol
     

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