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Diabetes and Your Heart

If you or a loved one are living with diabetes, it’s important to pay attention to your heart health. People with diabetes are twice as likely to suffer from a heart attack or stroke compared to someone who doesn’t have diabetes. The good news – people with diabetes can lower their risk of heart disease

hidden Ocean City, NJ – Anthony Suppa and Jake Ottinger has been named the 2022 Spring Heart Walk Chair

Ocean City, NJ – Anthony Suppa and Jake Ottinger has been named the 2022 Spring Heart Walk Chair

The American Heart Association supports overall health and wellbeing for everyone.   Ocean City, NJ. November 24, 2021 — The American Heart Association, the world’s leading nonprofit organization focused on ensuring longer, healthier lives for all, has named not one but two co-chairs for the 2022 Spring Heart Walk, Anthony Suppa and Jake Ottinger as

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Let’s Protect New Moms’ Hearts in New Hampshire

Do you know the number one killer of new moms is heart disease? We are committed to helping make sure that they are taking care of their heart health. That’s why we’re excited that state legislation to help protect their heart health is starting to move through the Granite State Legislature! This legislation would expand

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Richmond Profiles at Heart: Trevor Mann

Trevor Mann believes in volunteering. He says, “there is nothing better than the feeling of pouring yourself into your community, and healthy living is contagious to those around you.” His motto is everything in life feels better when your body is strong and healthy and lives those words by being a consistent bodybuilder and runner.

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Tackling Turkey Day: Strategies for a Healthy Feast

  The football teams taking the field on Thanksgiving will bring shrewd strategies and meticulous game plans to make sure they finish the day healthy and successful. As we tackle one of the year’s biggest feasts, should we do the same? On the one hand, it’s just one day. “If you spend the rest of

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Greater Washington D.C. Community Organizations Receive Funding to Shift Inequitable Health Paradigm

The American Heart Association (AHA), the world’s leading nonprofit organization focused on heart and brain health for all, announced four greater Washington region-based organizations will receive $800,000 in funding from the Association’s Bernard J. Tyson Impact Fund to help remove the social and economic impediments to health equity. Contributions from John R. Houston III (posthumous), The

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Greater Washington Region Heart Walk Strides Past $1.75 Million

The American Heart Association (AHA) Greater Washington Region raised funds and raised heartbeats for the health and well-being of our community during its 2021 Heart Walk on Saturday, November 6. Friends, teams, coaches and sponsors walked on the National Mall or created their own pop-up start lines to support lifesaving cardiovascular research and advocate for

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New Hampshire Women to Reconnect in Person at 2022 Go Red for Women Luncheon on National Wear Red Day

The American Heart Association recently announced its plans for the 2022 New Hampshire Go Red for Women® Luncheon. This Association signature event will be held on National Wear Red Day, which is February 4, 2022, at the Hanover Inn Dartmouth. Johanna L. Beliveau, President and Chief Executive Officer, Visiting Nurse and Hospice for VT and

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High school football fans take time out to learn Hands-Only CPR

More than 100 attendees of Friday night high school football games across the Susquehanna Valley in Central Pennsylvania learned how to save a life using Hands-Only CPR last month, thanks to the help of Penn State Health Children’s Hospital and the American Heart Association, the leading voluntary health organization focused on heart and brain health