World Heart DayPosted on September 25, 2020
is celebrated on 29th September of every year. It is aimed at drawing people’s attention to heart illness and the range of associated health issues. The day is commemorated to promote different preventative steps and changes in lifestyle to avoid any cardiovascular diseases, like heart attack, stroke, heart failure and any other condition related to the same.
It was launched in 2000 by the World Heart Federation as an annual event that was planned to be taking place every last Sunday of September. However, they decided to fix it on every 29th day of September and it has been celebrated on that day ever since.
As restrictions are starting to ease for Victorian’s it would be a great time to schedule an appointment with your GP to have a routine health check, there are also some Medicare rebates available for eligible people.
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