hidden Inaugural CycleNation Event in Richmond, VA Raises Funds and Awareness

Inaugural CycleNation Event in Richmond, VA Raises Funds and Awareness

The energy and spirits were high at the inaugural Richmond CycleNation event on May 30th.  CycleNation empowers participants to use bikes to get brain and heart-healthy – all while raising funds for community programs that will prevent stroke and heart disease. Co-workers, friends and family rang cow bells and cheered on teams at this relay

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Stroke Event Raises Awareness Among High Risk Community in Richmond, VA

Over 600 Richmonders were informed and entertained at the 6th annual Power to End Stroke® Jazz Night held on May 23rd at the Richmond Convention Center in Richmond, Virginia.  Guests attended a variety of workshops on topics like medication management, healthy cooking and managing risk factors. They even experienced what it felt like to have

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

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Highlights from the 2019 Mid-Atlantic Heart & Stroke Quality Summit

The Mid-Atlantic Heart & Stroke Quality Summit took place this week in Raleigh, NC. Physicians, nurses, EMTs and other clinical care providers gathered from across the Mid-Atlantic to share knowledge with the common goal to improve care and quality of life for their patients. Topics included hypertension, cholesterol, heart failure, atrial fibrillation, cardiac emergencies and

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American Heart Association Receives Multi-Year Grant from Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation

  The American Heart Association Receives A $1.7 million Multi-Year Grant from Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation To Improve Access and Outcomes for Vunerable Populations in Baltimore Initiative focuses on improving patient transitions between primary and specialty care for populations affected by stroke, atrial-fibrillation and venous thromboembolism. Baltimore, MD, March 29, 2018 —The American Heart Association announced