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Americans eat a lot of sodium, and too much can lead to high blood pressure. See how much sodium is in some of your favorite foods, and learn how you can trim extra salt from your daily diet.

Keeping your heart going strong is essential to your health. And one of the best ways to prevent heart disease is by adhering to a heart healthy diet. Learn which foods are heart healthy, which to avoid and which are OK in moderation.

What's the best way to determine a healthy weight? Find out what your body mass index is by using our handy interactive BMI calculator, or use our height-weight chart to help you stay within the recommended range.

Heart health is a numbers game. Numbers, along with your family history, offer physicians the biggest clues about your heart disease risk. This infographic provides target numbers for the key risk factors related to heart health.

Exercise is one of the keys to good health, from strengthening your heart, lungs and bones to preventing certain cancers. But do you know how much exercise you should be getting — and which types are most beneficial?