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After two mini-strokes, Tim Leary took up obstacle course racing to get healthy.
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The American Heart Association will be a part of the World Series broadcast Friday – around the collar of MLB on Fox reporter Ken Rosenthal.
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"He went on a crash diet and his potato chip bag didn't deploy."
Read more Hearty Humor by Jonny Hawkins
A new statement from the American Heart Association provides a blueprint for translating nutrition recommendations into practical food choices.
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After Ellis Williamson had a stroke in 1964, he helped break new ground in patient advocacy, empowering survivors during a time when stroke still was not well understood and carried stigma.
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Family, fighting spirit and a rapid response saved stroke survivor Tamsen Butler.
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Chris Richards speaks carefully and haltingly. Her speech, but not her mind affected by a stroke two years ago that nearly killed her.
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Celebrating World Stroke Day
‘Nancy’ artist shares his tale of beating stroke in words and drawings.
Read AHA CEO Nancy Brown's latest column
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