Our next health writing challenge is here! One micro writing task a day for 30 days about all things heart disease-related.
Ready to put your writing skills and knowledge to the test? Review the challenge below.
Remember: Do as many challenges as you can (one a day, not all at once – no cheating) and feel free to share your results with your health writing friends and me!
Just a little bit of writing every day will add up to big results at the end of the year.
Missed our other challenges? View the series here.
Plain text version: 30-Day Health Writing Challenge
Theme: Heart Disease
DAY 1 Describe what the heart does.
DAY 2 Define a CT scan
DAY 3 List three risk factors for type 2 diabetes.
DAY 4 Define coronary artery disease.
DAY 5 Explain what a defibrillator does.
DAY 6 List three risk factors for heart failure.
DAY 7 Define stroke.
DAY 8 Explain what happens in a coronary angiogram.
DAY 9 Explain what cardiac catheterisation is.
DAY 10 Define atherosclerosis.
DAY 11 List three risk factors of a coronary angiogram.
DAY 12 Define heart attack.
DAY 13 Explain what a mitral valve clip does.
DAY 14 Define pulmonary hypertension.
DAY 15 Explain the difference between high and low blood pressure.
DAY 16 Define cardiomyopathy.
DAY 17 List five preventable risk factors for heart disease.
DAY 18 Explain why someone may need a heart transplant.
DAY 19 Define heart valve disease.
DAY 20 Explain why someone may need a pacemaker.
DAY 21 Define angina.
DAY 22 Explain why someone may need a cardiac biopsy.
DAY 23 List three common causes of angina.
DAY 24 Define endocarditis.
DAY 25 Define congenital heart defects.
DAY 26 List two risk factors of a cardiac biopsy.
DAY 27 Explain what a holter monitor does.
DAY 28 Define atrial flutter.
DAY 29 Explain why someone may need cardiac bypass surgery.
DAY 30 Explain what a stent is.