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2022 Ohio Valley Women of Impact – Crystal Pietranton

2022 Ohio Valley Women of Impact nominee Crystal Pietranton shares her amazing story of how she saved a women’s life using CPR! Crystal understands firsthand the importance of knowing this life-saving technique and is using the Women of Impact platform to encourage people everywhere to learn it! Check out her story below! You can donate

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2022 Ohio Valley Women of Impact – Pam McKim

Pam McKim is not only a nominee for the 2022 Ohio Valley Women of Impact campaign, but she is also a heart survivor! Here is her story, which is a great reminder to all women to listen to their bodies! Remember, you can vote for your choice for the 2022 Ohio Valley Women of Impact

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Megan Hamlet – A Story of Survival

Megan Hamlet, RN is currently Manager of Cardiovascular Clinical Operations for Centra in Lynchburg, VA. But, not only does she help heart survivors – Megan is one herself! She shared her story for American Heart Month. Check it out below!          

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2022 Ohio Valley Women of Impact – Laurie Labishak

Laurie Labishak is one of the five nominees for the 2022 Ohio Valley Women of Impact campaign. In this video, she shares her reasons for supporting the American Heart Association and what this campaign means to her. Check out her video below! You can vote for your pick for the 2022 Ohio Valley Women of

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Heart Healthy Hunting – Coach Jon Hammond

  WVU Rifle Team Coach Jon Hammond is here to share some great tips for our hunters as they prepare for the season! He knows the importance of knowing the signs and symptoms of a heart attack as well as the importance of making a plan for your outing! Listen up to some great advice,

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Heart Healthy Hunting: A Story of Survival

  As part of our new Heart Healthy Hunting campaign in West Virginia, we are sharing stories from hunters and their families who were impacted by heart disease or stroke. Here is P.J. Cooper to share his story of survival. While out hunting one cold morning, he began suffering a heart attack. All alone, he