Run For Your Heart Virtual Run 2020
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World Heart Day 2020 is all about how we can be Heart Heroes by making a promise, to ourselves and those we care about, to look after our hearts.
It’s about saying to ourselves, the people we care about and individuals all around the world, “what can I do right now to look after MY HEART, YOUR HEART … ALL OF OUR HEARTS?”
Leading up to the World Heart Day on 29 September, we want to create a global community of Heart Heroes … people from all walks of life who are acting now to live longer, better, heart-healthy lives by making a promise …
- A promise to our families to cook and eat more healthily
- A promise to our children to exercise more and help them to be more active, to say no to smoking and help our loved ones to stop
- A promise as a healthcare professional to help patients give up smoking and lower their cholesterol
- A promise as a policymaker to support policies that promote healthy hearts
- A promise as an employee to invest in heart-healthy workplaces
A simple promise … for MY HEART, for YOUR HEART, for ALL OUR HEARTS.
Cardiovascular disease is the world’s number one killer today. But it doesn’t need to be this way. By making just a few small changes to our lives, we can reduce our risk of heart disease and stroke, as well as improving our quality of life and setting a good example for the next generation. It’s about saying to yourself, the people you care about and individuals all around the world, “what can I do right now to look after MY HEART … and YOUR HEART?”
FREE WEBINAR FOR PARTICIPANTS
Join Dr Lim, a cardiologist accredited at Mount Elizabeth Hospitals and Gleneagles Hospital, Singapore, as he shares on how to “USE HEART TO BEAT CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE”.
Date: 26 September 2020 (Saturday)
Time: 2.00pm to 3.00pm
Mode: Webinar (More details will be given closer to the date)
About Dr Lim Tai Tian
- Dr. Lim Tai Tian graduated double cum laude from the University of Amsterdam. He did his Cardiology fellowship at Stanford University USA and was then recruited by NUS to join as a senior lecturer and consultant cardiologist followed by an appointment at The National Heart Centre. He is presently in private practice and admits his patients mainly to Mount Elizabeth Hospital Orchard, Novena and Gleneagles Hospital.
- Dr. Lim is a general cardiologist with a subspecialty in Interventional Cardiology. He does coronary angiograms, angioplasties and drug-eluting stent placements, rotablator procedures and intravascular ultrasound. He also has a special interest in preventive Cardiology.
- When he was at NUS and later NHC he was the local principal investigator in a number of international multicentre drug trials. He also did experimental works by developing polymer stent coatings.
- He is on the scientific advisory board of Clinquest Inc USA, a drug development company, and on the scientific advisory board of Enceladus, a drug delivery company.
- At present, he is also on the board of Halza, a digital healthcare startup here in Singapore.
Event available in: Singapore
Entitlements ship from: Singapore
- Registration has closed:
- Event period:
1 August 2020 until 29 September 2020
You can upload any sessions done within this period, regardless the date of your registration.
- Upload closes: 15 October 2020
- Shipping starts on: 12 October 2020
Categories and Fees
- 42 KM
- 21 KM
- 10 KM
- 5 KM
- 3 KM
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Our associated partners may include but not limited to insurance agents, financial services companies, sports and fitness consultants etc.
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Virtual races are a great way to stay fit and active all year round, run for good causes and get awesome medals and other entitlements for your participation!
- Finisher Medal