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Watch LIVE as Five Historically Black Colleges and Universities Present Solutions to Remove the Barriers of Health

$100,000 for up to two HBCUs chosen as American Heart Association grant recipients for building healthier communities on April 29 in Greensboro The American Heart Association is excited to announce that the EmPOWERED To ServeTM Urban Health AcceleratorTM-HBCU Showcase The EmPOWERED To ServeTM Urban Health AcceleratorTM-HBCU Showcase will be held Monday, April 29 at the

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CycleNation™ Pedals into the Upstate

The American Heart Association/American Stroke Association is pleased to announce that they are bringing CycleNation™ to the Upstate.  The event is scheduled for June 22 at CycleBar Greenville and is chaired by Leslie Haas with Haas Social.  “When I learned that CycleNation was coming to Greenville, I jumped at the opportunity to lead the event”

hidden Winner of the #CLTMoveMore Steps Challenge from Charlotte, NC!

Winner of the #CLTMoveMore Steps Challenge from Charlotte, NC!

The month of April — officially known as Move More Month is a part of the American Heart Association’s Healthy for Good movement. We are celebrating physical activity this month where every step counts in lowering your risk of heart disease and stroke. On Wednesday, April 3, we kicked off Move More Day by having

hidden Bike Funding Increased in Howard County, Thanks to County Executive

Bike Funding Increased in Howard County, Thanks to County Executive

Howard County Executive Significantly Increases County Bike Funding, Paving Way for More Progress on Complete Streets Joint Statement on Proposed FY 2020 County Budget The Horizon Foundation, Bicycling Advocates of Howard County and American Heart Association issued the following joint statement in response to the county executive’s proposed FY 2020 budget, which includes $2.2 million

hidden AHA & DC Primary Care Coalition Team Up for Blood Pressure Trainings

AHA & DC Primary Care Coalition Team Up for Blood Pressure Trainings

Washington, DC- The Greater Washington Region American Heart Association teamed up with DC Primary Care Coalition, a non-profit health equity and advocacy organization, to conduct an inaugural training on the latest evidence of effective clinical care pathways for blood pressure control on March 6th. The training also went over how to successfully implement the M.A.P.