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From the Editor’s Desk: It’s All About the Heart


As we make our way through American Heart Month, NCHPAD offers you resources on eating well to prevent heart disease, and a research review on the benefits of resistance training on risk of coronary artery disease in women with multiple sclerosis. Our new DVD focuses on exercises to increase core body strength and stability, and the Discover Leisure booklet helps one to understand the value and importance of leisure for children with disabilities.

Finally, we review several inspirational stories, including a documentary about Paralympic swimming champion Cheryl Angelelli, ice climber Warren MacDonald, and a book review about the benefits of sled hockey competition for a boy with spina bifida.

Read on for more information, and please send your questions and comments to Jennifer Gray-Stanley, NCHPAD News Editor, at jegray@uic.edu.

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