hidden Eight Harrisburg-area changemakers lead effort to fight No. 1 killer

Eight Harrisburg-area changemakers lead effort to fight No. 1 killer

To kick off February as American Heart Month, eight women from across the Harrisburg area 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

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Guest post: A Dietician’s Guide to Heart-Healthy Eating in 2024

By Angela Ginn-Meadow Under all the sparkle and anticipation, New Year’s can be a heavy holiday. The pressure to meet societal expectations of radical transformation can turn excited energy into stress before we even take our first steps into the new year. But I have seen firsthand how small changes make significant impacts. In 2024,

hidden Cardiologist, Credit Union to receive awards at the Capital Region Heart Ball

Cardiologist, Credit Union to receive awards at the Capital Region Heart Ball

Cardiologist Mandeep Sidhu, M.D., MBA, was inspired to become a part of the American Heart Association after attending Scientific Sessions, the American Heart Association’s annual conference that brings together thousands of scientists to present new cardiovascular research, when he was a medical student.  Since then, he has served in numerous leadership and research capacities with the

hidden Sodexo’s VP Information Systems & Technology leads Go Red movement to improve women’s heart health in Maryland

Sodexo’s VP Information Systems & Technology leads Go Red movement to improve women’s heart health in Maryland

Sonia Suber, the VP Information Systems & Technology at Sodexo, will serve as the executive volunteer chair of the 2024 Greater Maryland Go Red for Women® movement, a comprehensive platform designed more than two decades ago to increase women’s heart health awareness and serve as a catalyst for change to improve the lives of women

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Media Advisory: American Heart Association to host mental well-being and cardiovascular health event for Boston legal community

BOSTON — The American Heart Association invites the Boston legal community to join the Lawyers Have Heart campaign for an insightful event addressing mental health challenges within the legal profession. Expert speakers Daniel Lukasik and Dr. George Philippides will delve into the crucial link between mental well-being and cardiovascular health, offering valuable insights and strategies

hidden Cardiac Kids celebrated during ‘Play Your Heart Out’ game

Cardiac Kids celebrated during ‘Play Your Heart Out’ game

Colton Berlin of Mayfield is 12 and was born with hypoplastic left heart syndrome, and had surgery when he was just a few days old. Now 12, he likes to golf, wakeboard and play with his dogs. On Saturday, January 20, Colton was one of 13 children who were honored during halftime of the UAlbany

hidden Two female community leaders to be honored for their commitment to heart disease and stroke at The Lehigh Valley and Berks Heart Ball as the Association nears 100th Birthday.

Two female community leaders to be honored for their commitment to heart disease and stroke at The Lehigh Valley and Berks Heart Ball as the Association nears 100th Birthday.

Plans are underway for the 2024 Lehigh Valley and Berks Heart Ball, a local 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, the world’s leading nonprofit organization focused on heart and brain health. The Lehigh Valley and Berks Heart

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The Differences Between COVID-19, Flu, Allergies and Colds

When a sore throat, runny or stuffy nose, or cough appear, you might ask yourself, “Do I have COVID-19, the flu, allergies or a cold?” It is easy to get confused because each share similar symptoms. Bayhealth Vice President of Quality and Medical Affairs John Fink, MD, said to know for certain, you need to