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New documentary ‘Rx: The Quiet Revolution’ explores the relationships between patients and healthcare professionals.
Read more about ‘Rx: The Quiet Revolution’
America’s most pedestrian-friendly communities are also becoming the most desirable.
Read more about walkable cities
advice for heart
patients with HBP
Statement reinforces goal to reduce blood pressure to under 140/90 for people who have been diagnosed with heart disease.
Read more about blood pressure treatment
ER visits drop for stroke
New CDC report shows emergency room visits for strokes and transient ischemic attacks fell by more than a third over a decade.
Read more about ER visits for stroke
Longtime AHA supporters David and Stevie Spina have donated $2.5 million to further groundbreaking research in the Cardiovascular Genome-Phenome Study.
Read more about CVGPS gift
Going around the block, or across the country, National Walking Day is for everyone
National Walking Day is all about getting moving – do it today, and hopefully you’ll make being active a bigger part of your lifestyle. This time three years ago, Colon Terrell took that notion to the max.
Read AHA CEO Nancy Brown's latest column
Los Angeles TV meteorologist Bri Winkler is a great teacher about the warning signs of a stroke. She learned the hard way at age 24.
Read Bri's story
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