hidden Clear Eyes. Full Hearts. Can’t Lose: #DCHeartBall is the Main Event of Heart Month

Clear Eyes. Full Hearts. Can’t Lose: #DCHeartBall is the Main Event of Heart Month

Clear Eyes. Full Hearts. Can’t Lose: #DCHeartBall is the Main Event of Heart Month Sports greats featured as part of the American Heart Association’s relentless pursuit of health and well-being The Greater Washington Heart Ball (#DCHeartBall) is back at the Mandarin Oriental hotel. As American Heart Month comes to an end, the American Heart Association

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The American Heart Association and the Children’s Heart Foundation continue to invest in congenital heart defect research with $1.3 million in new grants

Research to better understand and treat the number one birth defect in the United States, congenital heart defects (CHDs), is getting a boost thanks to a joint $1.3 million commitment from the American Heart Association, the world’s leading nonprofit organization focused on heart and brain health for all, and The Children’s Heart Foundation, the nation’s

hidden Passionate about the health of Greater Boston? Here’s a chance to get involved

Passionate about the health of Greater Boston? Here’s a chance to get involved

Make a difference in the health of Greater Boston! The American Heart Association needs ambassadors with creative, generous mindsets and leadership skills to help spread awareness about heart disease, stroke and the importance of a healthy lifestyle in Greater Boston. We’re making progress but still have much to do. Millions of people live without access

hidden New Hampshire Research Project Awarded CHD Grant

New Hampshire Research Project Awarded CHD Grant

Research to better understand and treat the number one birth defect in the United States, congenital heart defects (CHDs), is getting a boost thanks to a joint $1.3 million commitment from the American Heart Association, the world’s leading nonprofit organization focused on heart and brain health for all, and The Children’s Heart Foundation, the nation’s

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An Amazing Story of Survival – Alicia Petry

Alicia Petry was a healthy, pregnant 22-year old when she became a member of the “Heart Survivor” club. Never did she imagine she would go into cardiac arrest upon arriving at the hospital. Never in her wildest dreams did she imagine that when she went in for delivery that she would end up in a

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Massachusetts AG files suit against Juul over youth ‘vaping epidemic’

BOSTON (AP) — Massachusetts sued electronic cigarette giant Juul Labs Inc. on Wednesday, accusing the company of deliberating targeting young people through its marketing campaigns. Attorney General Maura Healey’s office said the nation’s biggest e-cigarette maker is responsible for “creating a youth vaping epidemic” with deceptive advertising tactics designed to lure in teen users. “Our

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Peter Connolly, Paul McCullough to chair 2020 Capital Region Heart Ball

Peter Connolly had been involved with the American Heart Association for a while, but saw firsthand the benefits of scientific advancement when he needed stents a year-and-a-half ago. Paul McCullough is a longtime supporter of the Capital Region and Saratoga communities, and was moved when he heard his fellow Saratogian Dr. Joy Lucas’ dramatic story

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A Look at Heart Disease in Appalachia – West Virginia

The American Heart Association recently has focused its attention on rural America. The simple fact is that rural areas, in particular the Appalachian region, have higher incidents of heart disease. This is due to many factors, including access to healthy foods, access to health care and other systemic barriers. This video allows you to take

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Go Red for Women Press Conference Brings Awareness to Women’s No. 1 Health Threat: Cardiovascular Disease

Press conference to be held on Valentine’s Day at Portland City Hall hosted by Mayor Snyder The American Heart Association, the world’s leading nonprofit organization focused on heart and brain health for all, together with its signature movement, Go Red for Women®, encourages you to wear red to raise awareness of cardiovascular disease: women’s greatest