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Al Royse enters his second year as AHA chairman just as determined to fight heart disease and stroke.

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Hearty Humor By Jonny Hawkins 06242016











“I see you’ve overcome your smoking habit.”

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Incoming AHA president driven by dad's heart disease


Incoming AHA president driven by dad's heart disease

Dr. Steven Houser opens tenure aiming to focus on research, prevention.

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Stories from the Heart - Emma Torres











Emma Torres wasn’t expected to survive heart surgery as a baby. Now, the 4-year-old is thriving.

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Read more about gender gap









Women treated at a hospital after cardiac arrest may be less likely than men to receive potentially life-saving procedures.

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mobile devices and social media









Mobile devices, social media and crowdsourcing show promise for emergency heart and stroke care.

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Diet disparities









As Americans overall are eating better, minorities and the poor are being left behind, new research suggests.

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FDA and e-cigarettes











Until recently, the sale of e-cigarettes was like the Wild West, with few ingredient requirements or age restrictions. New federal rules may be adding some semblance of law and order.

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Getting back to a normal and even better life

Trevor Sullivan felt different because his heart was failing. In need of a transplant, he spent eight months on the donor list before his day came. Determined to get back to a “normal and even better life,” he is back in school and looking to the future. Scientific research helped play a role in the medical knowledge that helped save his life. Trevor is Why.

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