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AHA bringing better blood pressure care to people through local YMCAs

By AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION NEWS

NEW ORLEANS – Good news for some people who get their blood pressure checked at the YMCA: A doctor will see you soon.

All across the country, many people already take part in the Y’s Blood Pressure Self-Monitoring Program. In 10 underserved communities, the American Heart […]

What are you eating? $75 million research study wants to know

By AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION NEWS

NEW ORLEANS – One of the first studies in the $75 million research project seeking to wipe out coronary heart disease will target perhaps the most basic human experience: Eating.

While generations of scientists have studied how the food people eat changes their bodies, it’s never […]

My Research Legacy invites everyone to join cutting-edge research

By AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION NEWS

NEW ORLEANS – There’s a new, secure website where people can share their health data with researchers looking for new ways to treat and erase heart diseases and stroke.

The American Heart Association announced Sunday the launch of My Research Legacy, a network being built in […]

AHA, Amazon Web Services join forces to fight heart disease using the cloud

By AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION NEWS

NEW ORLEANS – Researchers and clinicians in the growing field of customizing heart disease and stroke treatments for each patient will soon join together to access and analyze more of what they need most – massive amounts of information.

The American Heart Association and Amazon Web […]

AHA president recalls his scientific journey, passion to save others

By AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION NEWS

NEW ORLEANS – Over his first 25 years in cardiology research, American Heart Association President Steven Houser contributed to the science that showed that the cardiac muscle cells able to survive a heart attack become weakened and so worn out that heart failure sets in. […]

Baseball Hall of Famer Rod Carew’s Heart of 29 campaign part of World Series Game 3 broadcast

By AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION NEWS

Baseball Hall of Famer Rod Carew’s Heart of 29 campaign was part of the action for Game 3 of the World Series at Wrigley Field on Friday night.
The campaign’s logo was woven throughout the bow tie worn by MLB on Fox reporter Ken Rosenthal. Rosenthal […]

Calum MacRae: The man behind the $75 million bid to wipe out coronary heart disease

By AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION NEWS

BOSTON – During his first hour with this new patient – a woman who suffered a stroke in her 20s and now, in her 30s, grapples with debilitating migraines – Dr. Calum MacRae begins learning all about her.

He starts with typical questions, such as where it […]

Calum MacRae receives $75 million to pursue ‘One Brave Idea’ to beat coronary heart disease

By AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION NEWS

After 25 years of conducting scientific research and treating patients, Dr. Calum MacRae was frustrated with the industry’s typical way of studying diseases. So he started formulating a radically different approach.

He envisioned adding to the mix a wide variety of new factors, such as the […]

Rod Carew’s Heart of 29 campaign to appear in World Series broadcast

By AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION NEWS

Baseball Hall of Famer Rod Carew’s Heart of 29 campaign with the American Heart Association is headed to the World Series … on a bow tie.

Longtime baseball reporter Ken Rosenthal wears a different bowtie with a charity tie-in during each game broadcast by Fox. On […]

Rod Carew brings Heart of 29 to Hall of Fame

By AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION NEWS

COOPERSTOWN, New York – Riding in a parade to the Baseball Hall of Fame, Rod Carew felt beloved by the crowd as soon as his truck rolled onto the route.

“Much health, Rod!” said the first voice to rise above the clapping and whooping.

“I’m still here!” […]

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