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Making science less mysterious and more understandable for the average person is the focus of a our Research Leaders Academy taking place this week in San Antonio, TX. http://spr.ly/6261BIC9W
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What’s good for the body is also good for the brain. Be healthy in heart and mind with these 7 simple tips to help prevent stroke. http://spr.ly/6269Bvw0J
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When you work out, are you doing too much or not enough? Your target heart rate helps you hit the bulls eye. http://spr.ly/6264BIedp
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OK.. Thank You +Tracy Marie Stark​
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Camp Boggy Creek, which is celebrating its 20th anniversary, offers children with serious diseases the chance to attend summer camp like other kids. http://spr.ly/6264BITC0
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Making everday activities a little more active can go a long way towards improving your heart health. http://spr.ly/6262BxoMI
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How exercise is very lmportant
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ALEX AND ANI has created the Wings of Change charm bangle exclusively for the American Stroke Association and will donate 20% of the purchase price from each Wings of Change bracelet sold now through December 2016!
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Test out your summer games skills and hop on a bike to beat heart disease and stroke. Thank you to CycleBar for sponsoring #CycleNation pop-up events on July 23. Find out more by visiting: http://spr.ly/6264BxK3e. #ridetherevolution
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Blueberries are said to have “superpowers” that may cut heart attack risk in women. Learn more: http://bit.ly/1AVgA3E
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Mark shares his tips for keeping travel fun and safe after heart disease: http://spr.ly/6268BIYio
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Ride your heart out at the CycleNation pop-up event on July 23. Thank you to @CycleBar for sponsoring these fun indoor cycling events where you can get a taste of indoor cycling and help save lives by putting the pedal to the metal. Find out more by visiting: cyclebar.com/community/cyclenation. #cyclenation #ridetherevolution

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What’s good for the body is also good for the brain. Be healthy in heart and mind with these 7 simple tips to help prevent stroke. http://spr.ly/6263BvbP3
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Building healthier lives, free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke.
Introduction
The American Heart Association | American Stroke Association is the nation’s oldest and largest voluntary health organization. Its purpose is to help prevent America’s No. 1 and No. 4 killers, heart disease and stroke. The AHA/ASA is an advocate of good health, promoting positive behaviors, nutritious eating habits and healthy lifestyles. It also funds cutting-edge research and professional education programs.

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(800) AHA-USA1, (800) 242-8721