Goodbye 2020! Step into 2021 with a healthy New Year’s resolution

We’re all ready to bid farewell to 2020, but are you ready for 2021? Start the year on a path to good health with a New Year’s resolution you can stick to. Vague, non-specific New Year’s resolutions are likely to fail. If you want to get healthy,

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Check It! Challenge could lead to lower risk of heart disease and stroke

A new program is giving Western New Yorkers a chance to help control a silent killer.   The American Heart Association is now recruiting participants for the Check It! Challenge. The challenge is a community-wide program encouraging people to check, change, and control their blood pressure.  

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4 Tips for a Healthier Holiday Season

Eating smart is good for your heart — especially in the hectic holiday season. During Eat Smart Month in November, the American Heart Association, the leading voluntary health organization devoted to a world of longer, healthier lives, will provide 30 days of holiday hacks to inspire simple

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American Heart Association Update

Greetings, We at the American Heart Association are heartbroken by the events occurring across our country. We are listening, and we are redoubling our commitment to overcoming health disparities and societal inequities. Communities are counting on us, and we will support their needs during both this unprecedented

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