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New York Governor needs to include public health in 2021 plans

Gov. Andrew Cuomo outlined many plans to improve the lives of all New Yorkers during his multi-day State of the State addresses this week. The American Heart Association called on Gov. Cuomo to include public health programs in his priorities for 2021. “The arts, green energy, telehealth, and infrastructure will all improve the lives of

hidden The Andréa W. and Kenneth C. Frazier Family Foundation contributes $1 million to support social entrepreneurship in Philadelphia

The Andréa W. and Kenneth C. Frazier Family Foundation contributes $1 million to support social entrepreneurship in Philadelphia

 The American Heart Association in Philadelphia will recieve a $1 million gift from the Andréa W. and Kenneth C. Frazier Family Foundation to the Association’s Bernard J. Tyson Impact Fund. The Tyson Fund invests in evidence-based, community-driven entrepreneurial solutions that address social determinants of health. The contribution will be directed in two rounds of funding

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Dr. Colleen Hanley Serves as 2021 Main Line Health Go Red Champion in Philadelphia

Colleen Hanley, MD is a cardiac electrophysiologist at Lankenau Heart Institute.  Dr. Hanley graduated from Temple University School of Medicine. She completed a residency in internal medicine and a fellowship in cardiovascular disease at Temple University Hospital, followed by a fellowship in cardiac electrophysiology at Lankenau Medical Center. Dr. Hanley is board certified in cardiovascular

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Senior Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer of FM Global to Take a Stand Against Women’s No. 1 Killer: Heart Disease

The American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women campaign empowers women to be in control of their heart health at every age The American Heart Association, announced Deanna Fidler, Senior Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer of FM Global, as 2021 Southern New England Go Red for Women Digital Luncheon Chair to support the fight

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AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION AND BROOKFIELD PARTNER TO BUILD A NEW DECADE OF HEALTH IN NEW YORK CITY

The American Heart Association’s Healthy for Good™ is a revolutionary healthy living movement that inspires individuals to create lasting change in their health and life, one small step at a time. In New York City, the movement works with corporate sponsors and individual volunteers to inspire people to follow three core approaches: Eat Smart. Move

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Simple Cooking With Heart Teaches Skills and Healthy Habits

Throughout December, the American Heart Association, Richmond Public Schools Engagement Office, and Chef Ray Britt brought together students from Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School at the Market at 25th to ignite a passion for cooking. Through hands-on cooking experience, students increase their knowledge and healthy cooking habits, empowering them and their families to live

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New Year’s Resolutions in a Pandemic

Should New Year’s resolutions be different in the midst of a pandemic? We checked in with Robin Tassinari, MD, Consultation/Liaison Psychiatry at Albany Med, for advice. The American Heart Association in New York’s Capital Region and Albany Med are entering their fifth year of a special “Life is Why” collaboration, aimed to improve the health