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Maine-Based Sea Bags Supports Heart and Brain Health through American Heart Association’s Life Is Why Campaign

Sea Bags is joining the fight against heart disease and stroke by supporting the American Heart Association – the world’s leading nonprofit organization focused on heart and brain health for all. Sea Bags will provide customers the opportunity to support the American Heart Association’s fundraising campaign, Life Is Why™, by donating 20% of profits from

hidden AHA expands the Faces of Heart campaign in Philadelphia with the support of generous donors Stephanie & Matthew Austin, M.D.

AHA expands the Faces of Heart campaign in Philadelphia with the support of generous donors Stephanie & Matthew Austin, M.D.

The AHA in Philadelphia is pleased to announce the expansion of the Faces of Heart campaign with local philanthropists Stephanie & Matthew Austin, M.D.  With their gift of $120,000, the AHA is grateful to the Austin’s for their support of local survivors in their quest for living FEIRCE healthy lives!   As a heart survivor herself, Stephanie has been passionate about the work of the American

hidden American Heart Association Leaders Address Health Equity in New Jersey

American Heart Association Leaders Address Health Equity in New Jersey

Margaret Cammarieri, Community Impact Director at the American Heart Association, joined northern New Jersey board members Lois Greene, DHA, MBA, BSN, RN NEA-BC CPPS, Director of Patient Safety and Clinical Risk Management at University Hospital and Tracy Parris-Benjamin, LSW, FHELA, Director of Clinical Design Community Health at Blue Cross Blue Shield of NJ to address

hidden Women in York and Adams counties invited to take a stand against heart disease at York/Adams Go Red for Women digital experience

Women in York and Adams counties invited to take a stand against heart disease at York/Adams Go Red for Women digital experience

The American Heart Association, the world’s leading nonprofit organization focused on heart and brain health for all, announced the 2021 York/Adams Go Red for Women event will transform into a free digital experience to support the fight to end heart disease and stroke. This premier event will be held online using Zoom on Thursday, Feb.

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Heart Association urges Gov. Cuomo to reinstate full funding for public health programs

 Governor Cuomo’s public health cuts will make a bad problem worse, said the American Heart Association in response to his proposed 2021 budget. “The governor is proposing cuts to the Tobacco Control Program, the Obesity Prevention Program, and the Hypertension Program,” said Jonathan Henderson, MD, FAAP, pediatrician and past president of the American Heart Association