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Go Red for Women NYC presents: Equitable Health for All Women

The American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women movement New York City is proud to present Equitable Health for All Women: A Special February Conversation in celebration of American Heart Month and Black History Month. We would like to thank today’s guest speakers: Dr. Jennifer Mieres, MD, SVP, Center for Equity of Care; Chief Diversity

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Westchester SNAP Benefits Community Forum presented by American Heart Association

Welcome the American Heart Association’s Westchester County Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) Benefits Community Forum. Thank you for joining us for this important discussion about food assistance programs available in our area. We would like to give a special thank you to our panelists, Anne Daddona from Westchester County Department of Social Services; Esmeralda Hoscoy

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American Heart Association and FoodCorps Design Lesson Plan Connecting Nutrition and Heart Health

The American Heart Association, the world’s leading nonprofit organization focused on heart and brain health for all, and FoodCorps, the nonprofit that connects kids to healthy food in school, have teamed up to design a K-5 lesson plan that introduces the connection between nutrition and heart health. Originally slated for last spring 2020, before the pandemic

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AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION AND BROOKFIELD PARTNER TO BUILD A NEW DECADE OF HEALTH IN NEW YORK CITY

The American Heart Association’s Healthy for Good™ is a revolutionary healthy living movement that inspires individuals to create lasting change in their health and life, one small step at a time. In New York City, the movement works with corporate sponsors and individual volunteers to inspire people to follow three core approaches: Eat Smart. Move

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Harvest of Health: Women’s Health & Gender Inequities

Welcome to the American Heart Association in New York City’s final webinar in the Fall 2020 Harvest of Health series. The last three months have produced amazing conversation and we are thrilled to deliver this special session about Women’s Health and Gender Inequities. Women’s health touches upon a number of critical issues that intersect with

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AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION AND CITI CONTINUE BUILDING LONGER, HEALTHIER LIVES IN NEW YORK CITY

November is Eat Smart Month, a celebration of the Healthy for Good™ movement, and the American Heart Association is honoring this month by fighting heart disease and stroke by promoting healthy lifestyle changes. In New York City, the Association is partnering with Citi to inspire residents to improve their health outcomes and create lasting change

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Dr. Sonia Angell of Columbia University receives American Heart Association’s 2020 Chairman’s Award

The American Heart Association presented its 2020 Chairman’s Award to Sonia Y. Angell, M.D., M.P.H, D.T. M. & H., assistant clinical professor of medicine at the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia University, at Scientific Sessions 2020. Dr. Angell’s work has had a major impact in the U.S. and globally on critical public health

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New York City doctor to receive ‘Basic Research Prize’ at AHA Scientific Sessions 2020

The American Heart Association (AHA), a global force for longer, healthier lives, will present its 2020 Basic Research Award to Ann Marie Schmidt, M.D., of NYU Grossman School of Medicine for her critical research that has helped us understand the many connections between heart disease and diabetes. She will receive the award during AHA’s Scientific