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Family History










Heart disease showed no mercy when heart attacks hit brothers Harry and Jim Sublett on the same day.

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Shared Use











Iowa lawmakers passed a bill this week that clarifies liability issues for schools and towns that open up their facilities to the public.

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Stories from the Heart: Bri Winkler










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.

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Sugar Overload












Sugar consumption in the U.S. peaked in 1999 with the average person consuming over 150 pounds.

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County Health











New rankings released Wednesday show health and mortality trends in the nation’s counties.

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Future of cardiovascular medicine














New innovations, such as 3-D printing and mobile medicine, may be part of cardiovascular medicine in the future.

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Nancy Brown - Huffington Post March 23, 2015



FDA must act on federal tobacco rule

It’s been almost a year since the government released proposed rules to tighten control of e-cigarettes, cigars and more. As the death of an infant in upstate New York shows, it is time for those rules to go into effect.

Read AHA CEO Nancy Brown's latest column

Warning Signs

Know the Heart Attack and Stroke Warning Signs

If you or someone else is experiencing these warning signs of heart attack, stroke or cardiac arrest, call 9-1-1 right away.

Featured Videos

AHA volunteer speaks on fifth anniversary of healthcare law

Stroke survivor AmandaJean Beaulieu spoke Tuesday on the steps of the Capitol as part of a news conference to commemorate the fifth anniversary of the Affordable Care Act. Beaulieu, who had a stroke and pulmonary embolism in 2009, said that health insurance coverage changed her life.

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Interactive Library

Interactive Cardiovascular Library

Visit our Interactive Cardiovascular Library for animations that help explain high blood pressure and many other cardiovascular diseases.

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