Las organizaciones basadas en la fe y los lugares de culto han jugado un papel importante durante la crisis del COVID-19 en nuestro país. Estas organizaciones y sus voluntarios y personal han estado en primera línea, mitigando el impacto del COVID-19 y proporcionando a las comunidades la orientación y el apoyo muy necesarios. Es por
Welcome to the THE LINK: Physical Activity & Heart Health hosted by the American Heart Association. Thank you for joining us for this special conversation about the connection between exercise and your health. We would like to thank Heather A. Milton, MS, RCEP, CSCS, Exercise Physiologist Supervisor, Sports Health Expert at NYU Langone Health for
On March 3, 2021 the American Heart Association on Long Island hosted the first Peer to Peer discussion on tobacco & vaping. Whether you are for it or against it, vaping is an extremely important topic amongst teens. Our goal is to bring young adults together to speak with one another and search for the
Welcome the American Heart Association’s Westchester County Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Community Forum. We would like to give a special thank you to our panelists, Sharon D’Errico from Sun River Health and Elena Tateo from Westchester County Department of Health. We created this companion page to help you find more
Month 1: Take Action This first month is all about taking action. We’re going to focus on building healthy habits, prioritizing yourself, adding color to your plate, adding movement to your day, the importance of sleep and how to reconnect with your doctor. Week 1: Healthy Habits Healthy habits – Be Healthy For Good with
Welcome to the American Heart Association’s 4-month program on how to become more resilient. Over the next four months the American Heart Association’s New York City Board of Directors will present a monthly program intended to help individuals like you hone their resiliency skills. We created this program because there is a lot to feel
Time to Overcome Stigma of Mental Health and Barriers to Access in Black Community American Heart Association Celebrates Black History Month By Placing A Spotlight On Mental Health Earlier this year the American Heart Association released a statement declaring that depression and negative psychological health conditions are associated with a less healthy heart and body.
On this Valentine’s Day Weekend, our NYC Goes Red sponsor Rose Caiola wants to remind everyone that self‐care is fundamental to maintaining our health, and preventing and managing chronic illnesses. You deserve to be healthy and the greatest gift you can give yourself is the gift of self-care.
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