hidden Couple to get married at 2021 Greater Maryland Heart Walk on Oct. 16

Couple to get married at 2021 Greater Maryland Heart Walk on Oct. 16

Rachel Craven will turn 45 on Saturday, Oct. 16, the day of the American Heart Association’s 2021 Greater Maryland Heart Walk. That’s just six years younger than her father was when he died of heart disease at age 51. “That was a huge impact on my family,” Rachel said of her father, Dean Craven, passing

hidden New Jersey shares new education for severity assessment scale for severe LVO Stroke.

New Jersey shares new education for severity assessment scale for severe LVO Stroke.

In an effort to advance care delivered to stroke patients and improve patient outcomes, New Jersey Medical and EMS leadership established the “RACE” (Rapid Arterial oCclusion Evaluation) scale as a recommended tool for EMS providers to use for stroke severity assessment, to identify patients who may be having a severe form of stroke and may

hidden Go Red for Women Celebrates 10th Anniversary in Baltimore, MD

Go Red for Women Celebrates 10th Anniversary in Baltimore, MD

On Thursday, June 17, 2021, the American Heart Association (AHA) of Greater Maryland hosted its annual Go Red for Women luncheon, digitally, for the second year in a row due to lingering COVID-19 restrictions. Regardless of the format, it remained a powerful time where,  just shy of 100 ladies across Baltimore came together to be

hidden Improving Health Starts with Building Better Environments throughout Southern New England

Improving Health Starts with Building Better Environments throughout Southern New England

Written by Guest Blog Author, Victoria Strang, Community Impact Director for the Southern New England American Heart Association We know that being active is one of the biggest drivers to leading a healthier life and diminishing your chances of developing heart disease. Unfortunately, many low-income communities in our region struggle to be active simply due

hidden How to Move More as Companies Adapt to Working Remote

How to Move More as Companies Adapt to Working Remote

By ADP, Guest Blogger. While working from home may be new to many, it can have added benefits, such as adding more time to our day that we would normally spend commuting to and from the office. Instead of using this extra time to watch TV or sleep in, take the time you would spend

hidden STEM Goes Red – Saturday STEM Spotlight

STEM Goes Red – Saturday STEM Spotlight

As cardiovascular disease continues to be the number one killer of women, ensuring more women are at the forefront of developing science, technology, education and math (STEM) solutions has never been more imperative. STEM is our future and as a science-based health non-profit, STEM is at the heart of who we are and what we