Thank you for completing our Heart Health Hat Trick Quiz. To purchase discounted tickets to the St. Louis Blues game on Tuesday, February 24
click the link below and enter promo code HEART.
Plaza Center $114.00*
Blue Chip $44.00*
Mezz End Low $28.00*
*Price does not include fees.
25 winners will be randomly selected from individuals who purchase tickets using promo code HEART to attend a special pre-game reception. Each winner can bring up to two (2) adult guests with valid tickets for the game. Winners must be 18 years of age or older.
Winners will be selected and contacted by email on Wednesday, February 18. Selected winners will need to confirm they will be attending the event by 11:59 p.m. Sunday, February 22.
The Facts About Heart Health
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- Heart disease – Heart disease is the leading cause of death, taking the life of one person in the U.S. every 90 seconds. Cardiovascular diseases claim more lives than all forms of cancer combined.
- All of the above – While heart disease is the leading cause of death, in many cases it is preventable and treatable. Factors including smoking, not being physically active, having a poor diet and unhealthy cholesterol levels increase your risk of heart disease.
- All of the above – Women can be more likely than men to have subtle symptoms when experiencing a heart attack. These can include shortness of breath, nausea, vomiting, dizziness or lightheadedness and fainting or extreme fatigue. A woman might also feel pain or pressure in her lower chest or upper abdomen, the upper back or even her jaw.
- 34 seconds – Approximately every 34 seconds in the U.S., someone —a man or women— has a heart attack. About 735,000 people in the U.S. have heart attacks each year. Of those, about 120,000 die.
- 70% - According to the American Heart Association, for every minute that passes during a sudden cardiac arrest, the chance of survival decreases by 10%. If an AED is used and shocks the heart back into a normal rhythm within minutes, chances of survival are greater than 70%. Without an AED shock, there's only a 10% chance.
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