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Struggling to stand on one leg for less than 20 seconds was linked to an increased risk for stroke, small blood vessel damage in the brain and reduced cognitive function.
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As an educator, wife and mom, Patty Lang was all about helping others. Warning strokes didn't slow her. Then came a major stroke that changed everything.
Ohio lawmakers made it easier for schools to open their gymnasiums, pools, playgrounds, running track, athletic fields and other facilities to public use during non-school hours.
AHA’s annual statistical report expands to include global numbers for first time, finding heart disease and stroke as the world’s leading causes of death.
Dan Wessel, who suffered cardiac arrest while playing Santa Claus, has much to be grateful for this holiday season.
Read the latest post from the American Heart Association CEO Nancy Brown's Huffington Post Blog.
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