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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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“I see you’ve overcome your smoking habit.”
Read more Hearty Humor by Jonny Hawkins
Incoming AHA president driven by dad's heart disease
Dr. Steven Houser opens tenure aiming to focus on research, prevention.
Read more about AHA’s volunteer leader
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, social media and crowdsourcing show promise for emergency heart and stroke care.
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As Americans overall are eating better, minorities and the poor are being left behind, new research suggests.
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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.
Read more about e-cigarette rules
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