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American Heart Association Birmingham
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Lives in Birmingham, Alabama
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It was a phenomenal year for the Birmingham Heart Walk!
Thousands of runners, walkers and heart disease survivors gathered at the Uptown Entertainment District on June 27 for the American Heart Association's annual Birmingham Heart Walk. Final numbers show participants and sponsors raised $527,500 to fight the number one killer...
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Hey, it's me... your heart. I'm being ignored. You're half as active as you used to be, and you've been putting me under a lot of pressure lately. That's why I'm ready to quit. Listen to your heart before it's too late. #IfHeartsCouldTalk  #BloodPressure #Hypertension
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National Walking Day is coming up on April 3...did you know that 30 minutes a day of walking can significantly lower your risks for developing heart disease? Start today!
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46 people
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106 people
Jay “CPR Nashville” Heart's profile photo
SOUTHERN ROCK CARES's profile photo
MsE Edelmira's profile photo
Care Unit First Aid Services's profile photo
Carrie Whitfill's profile photo
Lino Cerrone's profile photo
Indus Health Plus's profile photo
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Dipak Tewary's profile photo
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  • American Heart Association
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1-205-510-1509
Address
1449 Medical Park Drive Birmingham, AL 35213
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Tagline
Building Healthier Lives Free Of Cardiovascular Diseases And Stroke
Introduction
Heart disease is the No. 1 killer of all Americans, responsible for one out of every three deaths in the United States each year. For many people, simple lifestyle changes (such as eating a proper diet, getting active and giving up tobacco) can significantly lower the risk of developing heart disease.

Let's have a conversation about how to eliminate those risk factors and how to get Alabamians on the fast track to good cardiovascular health!
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Founded in 1924 by a group of six cardiologists, our organization now includes more than 22.5 million volunteers and supporters!
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Birmingham, Alabama