hidden The American Heart Association of Southern New England and Blue Cross Blue Shield of Rhode Island Announced the 2021 Kind Hearts Rhode Island Poster Contest

The American Heart Association of Southern New England and Blue Cross Blue Shield of Rhode Island Announced the 2021 Kind Hearts Rhode Island Poster Contest

The American Heart Association, Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island and the Rhode Island Healthy Schools Coalition are excited to kick off the 2021 Kind Hearts Rhode Island Poster Contest. The contest invites all students from across Rhode Island in Grades K-5 to design a poster that demonstrates how have been kind to

hidden American Heart Association to host virtual community conversation about youth vaping

American Heart Association to host virtual community conversation about youth vaping

One in four Pennsylvania high school students report vaping in the past month. The American Heart Association, the world’s leading nonprofit organization focused on heart and brain health for all, invites parents, educators, health care professionals and community health advocates to participate in a virtual community conversation, Youth and Vaping: Addressing an Epidemic. The event

hidden Massachusetts schools prioritize physical activity to boost students’ well-being during uncertain year

Massachusetts schools prioritize physical activity to boost students’ well-being during uncertain year

METHUEN – Studies have shown physical activity can lessen children’s anxiety and depression – two issues that have been of increasing concern to parents and educators during the pandemic. The American Heart Association and the Comprehensive Grammar, Marsh Grammar, and Tenney Grammar schools in Methuen are helping students improve physical and emotional well-being during this

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CycleNation™ Begins May 2: Month-long Digital Program Helps Get Vermonters Active

The American Heart Association is pleased to announce that the Vermont CycleNation™ event will kick off during American Stroke Month in May. Starting on May 2nd, participants can track their activity by downloading the CycleNation app or using Strava when signing up. Activities could include stationary or outdoor biking, or activities participants enjoy, keeping them

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Lovies Journey to a New Heart

These last five years I have been on a journey in which it seems that God has been preparing me for. It seems that he has been getting me ready for something greater that I cannot explain. This journey, although I didn’t know it at the time, would change my life forever. Never has my

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Live Fierce NYC: Month 2

Month 2:  Be Well This second month of our Live Fierce NYC Resiliency program is all about mindfulness and being well. We’re going to focus on practicing gratitude, managing stress, meditation and mental health. Week 1: Practicing Gratitude  Gratitude – Simple Ways to Practice Gratitude, Thankfulness: How Gratitude Can Help Your Health,  21 Days of

hidden New Bill Could Bolster Health While Curbing Sugary Drink Consumption in Washington, D.C.

New Bill Could Bolster Health While Curbing Sugary Drink Consumption in Washington, D.C.

Article Submitted by: Terra Hall, Voices for Healthy Kids Type 2 diabetes. High blood pressure. Tooth decay.. While most physicians are accustomed to treating these chronic illnesses, Yolandra Hancock, MD, was surprised when she began diagnosing these conditions in the patients who came to her practice. “Imagine a bathtub filled with sugary drinks like sweet