american heart association
Wear “red” and join the American Heart Association at the 2015 Detroit Go Red For Women Luncheon on Friday, February 6th at the Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center with keynote speaker Laila Ali.
“It’s never too late to change your life,” Cardiologist Joan Crawford said. “This challenge can potentially be the first step in improving an individual’s cardiac health. Every small change can get you closer to a better you.”
Sherri Lindsay says she was a busy hockey mom when her blood pressure started creeping up, she developed diabetes and the extra pounds kept piling on …
Residents got to create one-of-kind heart masterpieces, combining therapy and philanthropy.
There’s a unique opportunity to race through the streets of Mount Clemens solving clues for a life-saving cause this weekend.
The new lifestyle recommendations call for eating a heart-healthy diet and being physically active.
CBS 62 “hearts” football, and this season, we’ve teamed up with the American Heart Association and prepared a list of heart-healthy tailgating tips you can take advantage of all season long!
Bill Pickard, CEO of Bearwood Management (Global Auto Alliance and MGM Grand), joins host Carol Cain to discuss entrepreneurship and African Americans in business.
Kavitha Chinnaiyan, M.D.,of Beaumont’s department of Cardiovascular Medicine, has been awarded a two-year, $84,822 research grant from the American Heart Association to investigate the use of coronary CT angiography, or CCTA.
Got a minute? Then you can learn how to help save someone’s life.