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Nancy takes a look back at American Heart Month 2015, four weeks of appreciating the people who are helping save and improves lives in the fight against cardiovascular diseases and stroke.
Read AHA CEO Nancy Brown's latest column
The reigning Mrs. East Coast International made heart disease her platform, working to educate women about heart health.
Read more about Deanna Linz
Customers making strides towards a healthy lifestyle can see the discounts add up at the cash register at a growing number of pharmacies.
Read more about customer rewards
Patients whose bad cholesterol levels don’t respond to cholesterol-lowering statin drugs may have more artery blockages.
Read more about statins and blocked arteries
Sean Maloney was poised to run Intel until a stroke claimed his ability to speak and more. With the same determination that propelled his career, he’s made an amazing recovery - as evidenced by his upcoming bike ride across the country benefitting the American Heart Association.
with heart failure
Heart failure patients who struggled doing everyday tasks were more likely to be hospitalized and die early.
Read more about heart failure
to ban tobacco
at MLB parks
New legislation introduced Tuesday in California would ban the use of tobacco at all Major League Baseball parks — ballplayers included.
Read more about baseball and tobacco
Information and opinions presented in the Headlines section do not always represent the views of the American Heart Association.