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Staying healthy is possible over the holiday season, but you have to plan for it. American Heart Association's Brianne Ballard tells us how.
Spot a heart attack quickly and know what to do, especially during the holiday season when heart issues increase.
Join millions around the world in spreading the word about secondary stroke prevention and treatment.
Getting in exercise isn't easy, especially for this full-time working mother of six. Here's why and how she makes time for movement, and how you can, too.
Adults, children, and infants have different needs when it comes to CPR. Make your summer safer by learning the differences.
Walking has the lowest dropout rate of any physical activity. Here's how you can incorporate
Feb. 3 is the 15th anniversary of National Wear Red Day. Here's some of the great change that's happened as well as some of the work that has yet to be done.
The American Heart Association shares five tips for a healthy start to your new year.
The American Heart Association recommends less than 6 teaspoons of added sugar daily for kids. Dietitian Chloe Plummer explains why and how to do it.
What do toothaches and cankles have in common? Learn more about the symptoms that are often overlooked but may indicate a heart problem.
AHA blogger Beth Langefels talks about how one ambassador is leading the Go Red Por Tu Corazon effort in Ohio.
AHA guest blogger Beth Langefels isn't quite ready for summer to end, but promises to keep her heart healthy in the upcoming months.