February is American Heart Month. This week’s Friday Five focuses on how to take care of our hearts through diet and exercise, Damar Hamlin’s #3forHeart campaign, how and when to get heart health screenings, and the effects of heart disease on women and minorities.
Go Red for Women is the American Heart Association’s national movement to end heart disease and stroke in women. This week’s Friday Five highlights the initiative, explains why it’s important, and offers ways for readers to participate and Go Red for Women.
Monday is February 1st and that means the beginning of American Heart Month! This week’s Friday Five has apps, toolkits, webinars, resources and advice from the experts on all things heart and of course some things COVID-19.
Together, AMA, AMA Foundation, Association of Black Cardiologists, American Heart Association, Minority Health Institute, and National Medical Association launch “Release the Pressure” campaign aimed at supporting Black women and their squads to monitor and manage their blood pressure.
As part of its continued support of the AHA’s Go Red for Women movement during American Heart Month, CVS Health announced it will be offering no-cost “Know Your Numbers” heart health screenings at MinuteClinic, the company’s retail medical clinic, on select Thursdays in February.
February is American Heart Month. This week’s Friday Five provides readers with the latest heart statistics, information about the amazing heart and some things we all can start doing right this minute to take better care of it.
The American Heart Association’s innovative solution personalizes cardiovascular condition management with tailored engagement to improve population wellness and reduce readmissions.
February is American Heart Month so this week’s Friday Five focuses on all things heart related, the good, the bad, the helpful and even a heart to heart connection with Olympic Gold Medalist, Shaun White.
February is American Heart Month and it is the perfect time to brush up on what we all should know when it comes to heart disease.Heart disease is the leading cause of death for men and women in the United States. Every year, 1 in 4 deaths are caused by heart disease.
Four organizations announced they are forming a new, multi-stakeholder collaboration, Xcertia, dedicated to improving the quality, safety, and effectiveness of mobile health apps. The initial supporters of the collaboration include the AHA, the AMA, DHX Group, and HIMSS.
The American Medical Association (AMA), the nation’s premier physician organization, gathered physician and medical student leaders from all corners of medicine during its Interim Meeting and voted to adopt new policies aimed at improving the health of the nation.
The American Heart Association held its inaugural Health Tech & Innovation Forum this past weekend which was organized by the AHA’s new Center for Heath Technology & Innovation (CHTI).