hidden American Heart Association Go Red for Women in Philadelphia  Announces 2022-23 Campaign Co-Chairs  Shelly Buck, President, Riddle Hospital and Barbara Wadsworth, Executive VP/ Chief Operating Officer, Main Line Health to Lead this Year’s Campaign

American Heart Association Go Red for Women in Philadelphia Announces 2022-23 Campaign Co-Chairs Shelly Buck, President, Riddle Hospital and Barbara Wadsworth, Executive VP/ Chief Operating Officer, Main Line Health to Lead this Year’s Campaign

Go Red for Women in Philadelphia is proud to announce that Shelly Buck and Barbara Wadsworth, both from Main Line Health, the city’s Go Red signature sponsor, will Co-Chair this year’s campaign.  In their roles, Buck and Wadsworth will lead the 2022-23 fundraising efforts for Go Red, which encourages women to take charge of their

hidden Philadelphia American Heart Association and the Philadelphia Union Hosts the Return of CycleNation at Subaru Park

Philadelphia American Heart Association and the Philadelphia Union Hosts the Return of CycleNation at Subaru Park

The American Heart Association/American Stroke Association (AHA/ASA) annual indoor cycling “CycleNation” event was held at Subaru Park in Chester, PA on Thursday, July 28th. The goal of the event was to encourage Philadelphia and surrounding counties residents to use cycling to improve heart and brain health, while raising funds to continue the AHA/ASA’s vital community

hidden $20 million Awarded for Research to Improve Outcomes in Pregnancy, Infant CVD Health; Philadelphia Among Five US Regions to Recieve Grant

$20 million Awarded for Research to Improve Outcomes in Pregnancy, Infant CVD Health; Philadelphia Among Five US Regions to Recieve Grant

The American Heart Association’s latest health equity research network will focus on identifying causes and finding solutions to improve outcomes among people who are more likely to experience pregnancy complications due to poor heart health  More than one in four pregnancy-related deaths (26.5%) in the U.S. are tied to poor heart health, especially among people

hidden As temps heat up on the East Coast, The American Heart Association warns that extreme heat can be hazardous to your heart health

As temps heat up on the East Coast, The American Heart Association warns that extreme heat can be hazardous to your heart health

Record high temperatures are bringing summer heat early this year around much of the U.S., and the American Heart Association, a global force for longer, healthier lives for all, is urging people to take extra steps to protect their hearts. Precautions are especially important for older adults and people with high blood pressure, obesity or

hidden Media Advisory: American Heart Association, Sanctuary Farms, University of Pennsylvania and Project HOME Healthcare Services

Media Advisory: American Heart Association, Sanctuary Farms, University of Pennsylvania and Project HOME Healthcare Services

WHO:             American Heart Association, Sanctuary Farms, University of Pennsylvania and Project HOME Healthcare Services   WHAT:              North Philadelphia Blood Pressure Screening, Education and Referral Initiative Kick Off   Throughout the summer, residents of North Philadelphia are invited to participated in this free community health initiative every Tuesday and Thursday from 8:00 am – 3:00

hidden Clean Water Matters – Water Access in Philadelphia School District

Clean Water Matters – Water Access in Philadelphia School District

Many schools in Philadelphia are faced with lead contamination in their water lines. An environmental report has found that potentially exposing tens of thousands of students to toxins can cause learning and behavioral issues and health problems, including damage to internal organs.  The American Heart Association understands the School District of Philadelphia (SDP)’s unique challenges.

hidden Tune in to the Celebration! Virtual Volunteer Award Show hosted by  American Heart Association on June 28

Tune in to the Celebration! Virtual Volunteer Award Show hosted by American Heart Association on June 28

Media Advisory  For Immediate Release  6/4/22                                                                                   Virtual Award Show for American Heart Association   What:  The American Heart Association will recognize some of its brightest stars and those who have made an impact for the AHA community during the annual National Volunteer Awards.   Where: This is a virtual event that will be

hidden Hearts Unbound: The American Heart Association Hosts Virtual Award Show to Celebrate Andrea and Ken Frazier’s Generous $1 Million Dollar Donation.

Hearts Unbound: The American Heart Association Hosts Virtual Award Show to Celebrate Andrea and Ken Frazier’s Generous $1 Million Dollar Donation.

Philadelphia, PA – June 4, 2022 – The American Heart Association believes, structural racism and economic status are a key cause of poor health which can lead to premature death from heart disease and stroke. The association seeks to put an end to this by funding various initiatives that provide assistance to communities that are

hidden Springfield Township Middle School students raise $4K, to fight cardiovascular disease on behalf of the American Heart Association

Springfield Township Middle School students raise $4K, to fight cardiovascular disease on behalf of the American Heart Association

Springfield Township Middle School students waited nearly three years to bring back its annual dodgeball tournament. Greg Cannon and students held a presentation ceremony to present close to $4,000 to the American Heart Association after holding a dodgeball tournament fundraiser held on April 29th. The event was coordinated by teacher, Greg Cannon and two students

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

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