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2024 NH Go Red for Women Luncheon on February 15 in Concord aims to inspire and educate

For nearly two decades, the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women campaign has raised awareness about women’s greatest health threat – cardiovascular disease. As the campaign celebrates 20 years of making an impact, and during the American Heart Association’s centennial year, the Association will hold its 2024 New Hampshire Go Red for Women Luncheon

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Boston Researcher: Nerve stimulation plus intense rehab may improve arm and hand function after stroke

Combining brain stimulation with intense physical rehabilitation helped stroke survivors recover movement in their arms and hands and maintain these improvements for one year, according to a study presented at the American Stroke Association’s International Stroke Conference 2024. Teresa J. Kimberley, a professor of rehabilitation science and physical therapy at MGH Institute of Health Professions

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Hampton Roads executives and companies make bold commitments to support a new century of lifesaving work

With Bold HeartsTM American Heart Association celebrates 100 years of work dedicated to heart disease and stroke. A celebration of a century of profound impact on heart health and well-being, the new year marks the 100th birthday of the American Heart Association and the start of the organization’s Bold HeartsTM celebration. Beginning a new century

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Join the Nation of Lifesavers™ during American Heart Month and go from bystander to lifesaver

The American Heart Association encourages all Hampton Roads families to learn CPR this February      During February – American Heart Month – the American Heart Association, the leading voluntary health organization devoted to a world of longer, healthier lives for all, is urging all Hampton Roads families to learn the lifesaving skill of CPR. With

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Jennifer DiBacco – A CHD Survivor’s Story

For Congenital Heart Defect Awareness Week, we are proud to share Jennifer DiBacco’s story. CHDs continue to be the #1 cause of death from birth defect in the nation. Jennifer shares her story to offer encouragement and hope to those who suffer from CHDs and to the families of those with CHDs. My name is

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2024 Philadelphia Heart Ball honors Kenneth and Andréa Frazier

The American Heart Association’s annual event recognizes survivors and supporters The American Heart Association, the world’s largest nonprofit organization devoted to a world of healthier lives for all, announces Kenneth and Andréa Frazier as 2024 Heart of Philadelphia Honorees. The Fraziers will be recognized at the 2024 Philadelphia Heart Ball on March 23 for their efforts

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Five Blair County changemakers lead effort to fight No. 1 killer

To kick off February as American Heart Month, five women from across Blair County, Pennsylvania, are joining the American Heart Association to fight their number one health threat, cardiovascular disease (CVD) through the Woman of Impact initiative. Woman of Impact is an extension of the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women® movement, a comprehensive