Five local leaders are joining the American Heart Association’s mission to be a relentless force for a world of longer, healthier lives. These volunteers officially joined their first board meeting during American Heart Month in February. Mehmet Aktas, MD – Cardiologist, Electrophysiology at UR Medicine Simone Bailey-Brown, MD – Cardiologist at
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.
A new Go Red for Women experience is coming to the Rochester area. The popular Go Red for Women Luncheon will be transformed into an online Go Red for Women Experience to support the fight to end heart disease and stroke. This year, participants can take part whenever their schedule allows with a flexible format.
A group of 18 health focused organizations, including the American Heart Association, are calling on the New York State Legislature to restore funds to public health programs cut in Governor Andrew Cuomo’s budget. The groups co-signed the following letter to Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins and Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie. The COVID-19 pandemic has brought
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
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
The American Heart Association, the leading voluntary health organization devoted to a world of longer, healthier lives, along with sponsor UR Medicine, are helping to keep families and communities safe from the flu by providing facts, resources and encouraging people to get a flu vaccine. “Getting the flu vaccine is especially important this year.
The American Heart Association, the world’s leading nonprofit organization focused on heart and brain health for all, and the National Football League (NFL), in collaboration with the Buffalo Bills, debuted the first-ever NFL PLAY 60 library, which features kid-friendly exercises to help kids to get their recommended 60-minutes of daily physical activity. Amidst the rising
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