hidden Go Red for Women in Philadelphia Announces 2022 Campaign Chair Stephanie D. Conners, EVP, Chief Operating Officer for the Thomas Jefferson University Health System to Lead This Year’s Campaign

Go Red for Women in Philadelphia Announces 2022 Campaign Chair Stephanie D. Conners, EVP, Chief Operating Officer for the Thomas Jefferson University Health System to Lead This Year’s Campaign

AHA in Philadelphia is proud to announce that Jefferson Health System’s Stephanie Conners will chair the 2022 Go Red for Women campaign in Philadelphia.  In her role, Conners will lead the 2022 fundraising efforts for Go Red, which encourages women to take charge of their heart health and combat the No. 1 and No. 5

hidden Delaware AHA Aims to Control State’s High Blood Pressure Rates

Delaware AHA Aims to Control State’s High Blood Pressure Rates

34.6% of Delawareans have hypertension (or high blood pressure), which is the leading cause of stroke. The state of Delaware has the 4th largest rate of mortality from stroke in the entire US. The American Heart Association has gathered a group of advocates, hospital and private practice representatives, like-minded nonprofit organizations, physicians, and nurses to

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Physical activity even more critical as students return to the classroom

The American Heart Association and the National Football League reach 15th year milestone of inspiring physical activity. The American Heart Association, the world’s leading nonprofit organization focused on heart and brain health for all, the National Football League (NFL) and New York Giants are doubling down on kids physically active through NFL PLAY 60 as

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Scholarship awarded to Pascack Hills High School student committed to wellness

The American Heart Association’s school-based program, American Heart Challenge™, awarded Julia Stieglitz at Pascack Hills High School in Montvale, New Jersey with $1,000 college scholarships recognizing their commitment to wellness and community health. In total, five high school juniors and seniors were awarded scholarships from schools across the country. The American Heart Association, the world’s

hidden Is Your Heart Health a Family Matter?

Is Your Heart Health a Family Matter?

Our risk of heart disease is something many of us should know—as heart disease is the top cause of death in the U.S. And, as Bayhealth Cardiologist Mussaber Ahmad, DO, explains, personal risk factors aren’t the only ones to consider. “Family history is also important to determine overall risk, as there is a genetic component

hidden Conversations With My Daughter: World Heart Day 2021

Conversations With My Daughter: World Heart Day 2021

The American Heart Association of Westchester County along with White Plains Hospital present a video series in honor of World Heart Day 2021. During this five-part series, leaders from across Westchester will host heart to heart conversations with their daughters about important health topics. Physical Activity by Dr. James Peacock Stress and Mindfulness with Jodi

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American Heart Association in Westchester Names New President of the Board

The American Heart Association, the world’s leading nonprofit organization focused on heart and brain health for all, is proud to announce Damara Gutnick, MD, FACP, Senior Director in the Montefiore Health System’s Office of Community and Population Health, and an Associate Professor at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in the departments of Epidemiology and Population

hidden LAWRENCE + MEMORIAL PRESIDENT SUPPORTING   EASTERN CONNECTICUT HEART WALK

LAWRENCE + MEMORIAL PRESIDENT SUPPORTING EASTERN CONNECTICUT HEART WALK

The American Heart Association (AHA), the largest voluntary health organization fighting cardiovascular diseases, announces the Eastern Connecticut Heart Walk is back in-person at Rocky Neck State Park on Saturday, October 2, presented by Lawrence + Memorial Hospital. Patrick L. Green, president and CEO, Lawrence + Memorial Hospital, is serving as chair. As chair, Patrick Green