hidden More than 500 Individuals Learn Hands-Only CPR at a Durham Bulls Game

More than 500 Individuals Learn Hands-Only CPR at a Durham Bulls Game

Friday, May 31st was Military Appreciation Night at the Durham Bulls minor league baseball game. Patients diagnosed with PTSD are 40% more likely to develop heart disease. In an effort to reach our military heroes and their families, the American Heart Association teamed up with Allscripts to teach Hands-Only CPR. Hands-Only CPR can double or

hidden Location, Location, Location! New blood pressure kiosks are strategically placed in Charlotte on World Hypertension Day

Location, Location, Location! New blood pressure kiosks are strategically placed in Charlotte on World Hypertension Day

In the real estate industry, they say it’s all about location. On World Hypertension Day, Charlotte placed two new self-monitoring blood pressure kiosks in key areas of the city to make the greatest impact. Goodwill Opportunity Campus located on the west side of Charlotte serves more than 500,000 clients, staff and visitors annually. Camino Community

hidden Ride the Revolution! Join the American Stroke Association for CycleNation Triangle on June 15th

Ride the Revolution! Join the American Stroke Association for CycleNation Triangle on June 15th

Join the American Heart Association and the American Stroke Association for their annual CycleNation Triangle event on June 15th at Coastal Credit Union Midtown Park at 3pm. CycleNation empowers people to use cycling as a way to get brain and heart healthy — all while raising funds for community programs that will help prevent stroke

hidden American Heart Association Empowers HBCUs to Address Social Barriers to Health

American Heart Association Empowers HBCUs to Address Social Barriers to Health

Winston-Salem State University & Johnson C. Smith University each awarded $100,000 as American Heart Association grant recipients for building healthier communities Winston-Salem State University & Johnson C. Smith University were selected by a panel of judges on Tuesday evening April 29, 2019 to each receive a $100,000 American Heart Association (AHA) grant as part of

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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

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 NC Lobby Day: Over 50 Lawmakers Addressed

NC Lobby Day: Over 50 Lawmakers Addressed

Raleigh, NC – Over 40 volunteers clad in red arrived in downtown Raleigh for North Carolina Lobby Day. Their purpose: to talk to lawmakers about the importance of comprehensive and accessible health care. North Carolina has the opportunity to expand affordable health insurance to at least 340,000 uninsured people. A majority of these uninsured people

hidden Cor Vitae Society shines through the EmPOWERED To Serve Urban Health Accelerator-HBCU Leadership Summit

Cor Vitae Society shines through the EmPOWERED To Serve Urban Health Accelerator-HBCU Leadership Summit

Leadership and students from Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) across the Mid-Atlantic region worked with campus and community partners to develop ideas for overcoming barriers to health on campus and in their community.  Of the nineteen schools that entered, five were selected to move forward to the EmPOWERED To Serve Urban Health Accelerator-HBCU Showcase