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AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION NYC OPENS APPLICATIONS FOR COMMUNITY IMPACT GRANTS

The American Heart Association is pleased to announce the opening of the 2020-2021 New York City Community Impact Grant application process. This grant will provide funding for non-profit organizations with programs and projects that have a focus on expanding access to healthy food for children living in under-served communities throughout the five boroughs of New

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CycleNation Comes To Westchester To Help Prevent Stroke: Dr. Yafell Serulle serves as Chair

The American Stroke Association, a division of the American Heart Association, will host its first-ever CycleNation in Westchester on Friday, May 1, 2020 at Yonkers Brewing Company, 92 Main Street, Yonkers. Yafell Serulle, M.D., Ph.D., Director of Neuroendovascular Surgery at Phelps Hospital Northwell Health and a member of the Department of Neurology at Lenox Hill

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American Heart Association and Partners Across New York Ask Residents to ‘Take the Pressure Off, NYC!’

The American Heart Association along with members of the Take the Pressure Off, NYC! Coalition utilized American Heart Month as a catalyst to raise awareness and encourage New Yorkers to check and know their blood pressure numbers. High blood pressure or hypertension is often called the silent killer because it usually has no symptoms, meaning

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AHA NYC and Queens Public Library start lending blood pressure monitoring kits at Far Rockaway Library

Libraries serve as gateways to knowledge and culture. They play a fundamental role in many communities as places to gather, learn, and borrow books. Thanks to a collaboration between the American Heart Association and the Queens Public Library, Far Rockaway library is now a place to manage your blood pressure. Starting this week, patrons of

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January NYC Survivor of the Month: Linda Feingold

Over the last few months, the American Heart Association in New York City has run a monthly feature on our blog titled the “Survivor of the Month.” The goal of this series is to highlight the individuals who embody our mission of being “a relentless force for a world of longer, healthier lives.” In previous

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American Heart Association Applauds NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio for Signing Bill Restricting Sales of Flavored E-cigarettes Products

More action needed to address serious public health threat of menthol tobacco The American Heart Association, the world’s leading health organization focused on heart and brain health for all, maintains that flavored tobacco products are reversing decades of progress in reducing tobacco use among youth and worsening the persistent disparities regarding addiction among communities of

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NYC doctors to present at Scientific Session 2019 this weekend

This weekend in Philadelphia, PA doctors from around the globe will gather at the American Heart Association’s annual Scientific Sessions. The three-day conference attracts Nobel laureates, world renown researchers and healthcare providers to shape the future of cardiovascular science and medicine. Two researchers from New York City are among those whose work is expected to