Wilton Teen Chosen to Lead Fund Raising Campaign in Connecticut

Lillie Shipman of Wilton has been nominated to become part of the American Heart Association Teen of Impact campaign in Connecticut. Lillie is the daughter of Frank and Haylee Shipman and is a Junior at the Wooster School in Danbury. The newest program of the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women movement, Teen of


Jacqueline Stone – Living Fierce and Beating Stroke

Jacqueline Stone and her husband, BK Fulton, share her incredible story of surviving a massive stroke. Jacqueline is a living miracle and a fantastic example of what it means to “Live Fierce” and keep fighting! Here is their story, as shared for the 2021 Charlottesville Heart & Stroke Ball!

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Help improve stroke care in Massachusetts

More than 2,000 Massachusetts residents die from stroke every year and even more are left with long-term disabilities. In many cases, this could be prevented. They key is ensuring stroke patients get to the right hospital as quickly as possible. This is not always happening in Massachusetts. That’s why I’m calling on our state lawmakers


Why do women try to do it all?

Women work, care for families, and put their time and effort into making their communities a better place to live. But what is the cost to their heart health? That’s one of the questions that will be explored during the 2021 Go Red Mohawk Valley Digital Experience, set for Wednesday, June 9, at noon on