Long Island South Asian Project: Take Control

Maybe you’re trying to manage your blood pressure or cholesterol, or quit smoking or vaping, or you’re urging family or friends to do the same. We want to help Blood Pressure Management and Cholesterol Resources: The Facts About High Blood Pressure High blood pressure (also referred to as HBP, or hypertension) is when your blood


Long Island South Asian Project: Move More

A good starting goal is at least 150 minutes a week, but if you don’t want to sweat the numbers, just move more! Find forms of exercise you like and will stick with, and build more opportunities to be active into your routine. Fitness Basics Getting Active Staying Motivated 7 no-brainer ways to boost your

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Walgreens supports heart and brain health through the American Heart Association’s Life Is Why campaign

Shoppers can support the life-saving work of the American Heart Association Walgreens is proud to support the American Heart Association, the world’s leading nonprofit organization focused on heart and brain health for all, through Life Is Why™, a cause marketing campaign benefitting the American Heart Association. Life Is Why inspires consumers to celebrate their reasons


Stay Healthy for Good by NYU Langone Health

NYC Healthy for Good and the Long Island Heart Walk are sponsored by: The American Heart Association’s Healthy for Good is a healthy living movement to inspire lasting change in your health and your life, one small step at a time. The approach is simple: Eat smart. Move more. Be well. We are honored to


What effect does sodium have on your blood pressure?

Almost at the halfway mark, the American Heart Association’s free blood pressure awareness program, the Check It! Challenge, has a reach of 315,000 people. Participants are checking their blood pressure twice monthly and taking advantage of American Heart Association resources provided to them. Each month during the four-month program that began in February, the Check


Long Island South Asian Project

Heart disease is the leading cause of death of adults nationwide, and South Asians, the second fastest-growing ethnic group in America, have a higher death rate from this disease than any other ethnic group: Four times the risk of heart disease compared to the general population Earlier onset of cardiovascular disease than other ethnicities. The


Live Fierce. Go Red sponsored by Northwell Health

Red Chair Series locally sponsored by The American Heart Association’s signature women’s initiative, Go Red for Women®, is a catalyst for change to improve the lives of women globally. We believe the more a woman knows about heart disease, the better chance she has of beating it. That’s why we are partnering with Northwell Health