American Heart Association

Research funding, heart disease burden in the spotlight on Capitol Hill

By AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION NEWS

Shane Mandel stood before a reception on Capitol Hill and made a seemingly surprising disclosure:

“I am Shane, I’m 35 and I have congestive heart failure,” he told the 200 or so people gathered for an American Heart Month reception in Washington, D.C., where a new report […]

From child of desegregation to head of federal health agency

BY AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION NEWS

When Dr. Gary Gibbons spoke to thousands earlier this month at the American Heart Association’s annual meeting, his focus was on the promise of precision medicine. But in a quiet corner at the Orlando convention center, he wanted to talk about high blood pressure, a […]

New era of Precision Medicine closer to reality

BY AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION NEWS

The end of Daylight Savings Time was a sleep disrupter. Body clocks had to adjust.

How’d it go for you? What happened to your sleep rhythms? Did you have other health ramifications?

Sensors and other technological advances can generate such raw data and a new era is […]

State of Women’s Heart Health talks research, prevention

Kathleen Sebelius, the Secretary of Health and Human Services and Gary Gibbons, M.D., director of the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute headlined a “State of Women’s Heart Health” webinar Wednesday, discussing cardiovascular diseases, the nation’s No. 1 killer of women.

The webinar was held by the American Heart Association and WomenHeart: […]