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Ways to Help Humanity
Might dancing help lower blood pressure and prevent COVID-19? Join a dance challenge from home and share your health info to help find out!
Millions of Americans have gotten COVID-19. Those with high blood pressure are more at risk. Join this online dance program and team up to share your health info. You’ll help see if dance might help keep blood pressure down – and if that lower blood pressure might help people stay healthy.
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Have trouble moving your arm after a stroke? Try an at-home video game that might help you regain your arm movement.
Relearning to move your arm after a stroke is hard work. It can be frustrating. Try testing a new video game you control with individual arm muscles. It might improve arm movement and muscle coordination. You will use the game mostly at home and once a week in a lab.
Do you have high blood pressure? Building muscle through exercise might help.
High blood pressure can lead to problems like heart disease, stroke, and more. Try an exercise program that might help strengthen your muscles. Strengthening your muscles might pave the way for a new approach to lowering your blood pressure. Helping you move and do simple activities a little easier.
Share tiny samples (about the size of two pencil erasers) of your calf muscle whether or not you’re sick. It might lead to new treatments for a common blood flow disease!
About 12 million Americans have peripheral artery disease (PAD), where blood doesn’t flow into your limbs well. It can make walking painful. Some lose their legs. Whether or not you have it, give samples of your leg muscle to see how muscle changes are tied to PAD. It might lead to new treatments!
Want to prevent heart disease for you and other South Asians? Sharing info about your diet and life might help
Heart disease is the top killer of U.S. adults. It takes the lives of more South Asians than any other ethnic group—and hits them up to a decade earlier. If you have Indian or Pakistani roots, sharing info about your health and daily life might help improve care and prevent heart disease.