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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
As more researchers turn to the American Heart Association to finance their work, a science research funding gap is increasing.
Read more about the funding gap
Heart disease showed no mercy when heart attacks hit brothers Harry and Jim Sublett on the same day.
Read more about the Sublett family
Iowa lawmakers passed a bill this week that clarifies liability issues for schools and towns that open up their facilities to the public.
Read more about shared use
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
Sugar consumption in the U.S. peaked in 1999 with the average person consuming over 150 pounds.
Watch a video about sugar consumption
New rankings released Wednesday show health and mortality trends in the nation’s counties.
Read more about county rankings
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