hidden COVID-19: The Impact on Communities of Color

COVID-19: The Impact on Communities of Color

Updated May 29, 2020 Long before the coronavirus impacted how we live, work, and play, systemic challenges contributed to disparities that impede some people from living long, healthy lives. Your ZIP code should not determine how long you live, but it does. Social factors, which are shaped by the distribution of money, power, and resources,

hidden Be a stroke champion during May, American Stroke Month

Be a stroke champion during May, American Stroke Month

Guest blog by Gina Petrone Mumolie, DNP, MBA, RN, NEA-BC, Senior Vice President, Hospital Administration, Capital Health and board member for South/Central NJ American Heart Association Capital Health and the American Heart Association are thinking about you during this challenging time.  We hope you are taking all precautions to keep yourself, loved ones and coworkers

hidden Take steps to prevent secondary stroke for May, American Stroke Month

Take steps to prevent secondary stroke for May, American Stroke Month

As hospitals, health professionals and healthcare systems, governments and leaders work to reduce community spread of the coronavirus in the U.S. and protect the most vulnerable individuals, the American Heart Association encourages heart attack and stroke survivors to takes steps for secondary prevention. Reducing risk of another event and staying as healthy as possible is

hidden How to Move More as Companies Adapt to Working Remote

How to Move More as Companies Adapt to Working Remote

By ADP, Guest Blogger. While working from home may be new to many, it can have added benefits, such as adding more time to our day that we would normally spend commuting to and from the office. Instead of using this extra time to watch TV or sleep in, take the time you would spend

hidden American Heart Association seeks women of distinction

American Heart Association seeks women of distinction

Women throughout New Jersey are making a difference in their communities by making extraordinary contributions to health, society and other women. These women aren’t sitting on the sidelines – they are saying, “Watch me make history” by building businesses, empowering others, leading civic organizations, helping neighbors or advocating for healthier, safer neighborhoods. And the American

hidden New Jersey retailers, online businesses, support life-saving mission through annual Life Is Why We Give campaign

New Jersey retailers, online businesses, support life-saving mission through annual Life Is Why We Give campaign

Every 40 seconds, someone in America experiences a stroke or a heart attack.[1] This February, the American Heart Association, a global force for longer, healthier lives, is teaming up with companies around the country to change these outcomes through the Life Is Why We Give™ campaign. Life Is Why We Give inspires consumers to honor

hidden Hospital executive leads Go Red for Women luncheon in Central New Jersey

Hospital executive leads Go Red for Women luncheon in Central New Jersey

The American Heart Association, the leading voluntary health organization devoted to a world of longer, healthier lives, recently announced that Regina Foley, PhD, MBA, RN, senior vice president integration/transformation for Hackensack Meridian Health will serve as chairwoman for the American Heart Association 2020 Garden State Go Red for Women Luncheon. The Go Red for Women