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Topic - American Heart Association
Battle Creek Enquirer. March 4.
The Kansas chapter of the American Heart Association claims state health officials aren't acting quickly enough to require a screening test that could save newborn babies' lives.
If you're looking for a date night redemption because you blew it on Valentine's Day last weekend, the American Heart Association might just have the ticket for you.
A national medical group is honoring a Missouri lawmaker for using CPR on a woman at the state Capitol.
There may be a link between weather and the risk of suffering a stroke, say researchers who analyzed climate trends and hospital records on millions of Americans.
The Louisiana Governor's Mansion is illuminated in red light this week to raise awareness about cardiovascular disease in women.
The No. 1 killer of men and women is typically the No. 1 thing they ignore.
The City of Columbia is joining the discussion on the importance of heart health.
Friday is Wear Red Day in Oklahoma.
Just as heart attack symptoms may differ between men and women, so do stroke risks.
Could too much sugar be deadly? The biggest study of its kind suggests the answer is yes, at least when it comes to fatal heart problems.
Bert and Ernie jump rope and munch apples and carrots, and Cookie Monster has his namesake treat once a week, not every day. Can a Muppets mini-makeover improve kids' health, too?
Numerous Middle Tennessee schools will emphasize the benefits of exercise to students next month.
The speed at which children run has slowed down over the course of a generation, according to research involving millions of children in dozens of countries. Experts say the decline has been fairly consistent across decades.
For decades, if you asked your doctor what your odds were of suffering a heart attack, the answer would turn on a number: your cholesterol level.