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Date:11/2/2009

on's Start! initiative and Director, Cardiac Rehab and Exercise Laboratories at Beaumont Hospital in Michigan.

The following are some tips and facts about winter snow removal:

  • Don't try to lift too much snow at one time.
  • Dress appropriately and remember to wear a breathing mask or scarf to protect your face and neck. Also, always wear a hat; you can lose a lot of heat if your head is exposed.
  • Just walking through heavy, wet snow can strain your heart. Be sure to pace yourself. You know your stamina best.
  • Make sure no one is in the path of snow discharging from the snow thrower chute, particularly if your driveway is gravel.
  • Never clear clogs in the chute with your hands - always use an approved chute clearing device.

To help reduce the demands on your heart this winter, consider a snow thrower to help with snow removal, especially if you are at risk for heart disease. For a guide to selecting the right thrower for your region and driveway, visit here. For more information on safe winter snow removal, visit www.snowthrowersafety.com.

To learn more about heart health, visit the American Heart Association's Start! initiative at www.startwalkingnow.org.

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