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Five Midlands, SC Women to Represent Local Go Red Campaign

On Wednesday, January 24, the Midlands AHA hosted their annual Go Red For Women Casting Call. Five ladies were selected to serve as faces for this year’s campaign and will share their passion for the cause throughout the year.  Congratulations to, Amy Speaks, Iman Renai Davis, Go Red Chairwoman Punam Patel, Shaleita Minor, Latasha Hunter,

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Survivor Spotlight: Pauline Meyer   In 2016, Pauline Meyer suffered cardiac arrest after her heart unexpectedly malfunctioned and stopped beating in her sleep.  “Nothing, I don’t remember anything” Pauline said.  Pauline’s husband, Travis, noticed that she was cold to the touch and immediately started performing hands-only CPR.  Their daughter Hayley also jumped in and performed CPR

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West Broad Village Goes Red: A Kick-Off to American Heart Month

Richmond, VA – (February 15, 2018) – On Thursday, February 1 businesses in Shortpump’s West Broad Village came together to support the American Heart Association at the American Heart Month Kick-Off event at Gather, a local co-working space that has recently opened up in the West Broad Village shopping center. The event’s main attraction was a fashion

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Local Survivors to Represent Go Red for Women Across South Carolina

This October, the Charleston and Upstate markets hosted casting calls to find local women to serve as ambassadors for the 2018 Go Red For Women Campaign. We are very excited to announce that the following 17 women have been selected to represent their local market. Charleston Market Terri Hix, 53, Cardiac Arrest Nicolette Johnson, 53,

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2017 Go Red Real Women from MAA

We are happy to announce that two of the eleven national Go Red For Women 2016 Class of Real Women are from the MAA. Chicarra Jones (37) from Columbia, SC has from high bloodpressure and cholesterol as well as a family history of heart disease and Evelyn McMahon (70) from Raleigh, NC is one of

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Jenny’s dramatic cardiac arrest story is the stuff of nightmares

Driving in Atlanta last May, she went into sudden cardiac arrest. The notion of losing complete control on an open road is horrifying enough. But considering her young age – 42 – it’s that much more shocking. Also surprising is the notion that Jenny doesn’t remember a thing about the entire day. Not the emails