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A Family in Queens, NY is grateful for the actions of educators after their quick response help save a teen’s life.

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My Life Check® by American Heart Association is an online resource designed to educate the public on how to live a healthier life.

After taking a quick survey, you will be able to:
•Understand your current level of cardiovascular health
•Assess your individual health needs
•Commit to steps to improve your health and quality of life
•Move closer to your personal health goals

Click below to learn more and start the assessment

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A woman springs into action when she sees a coworker collapse.
Learn how she help save a life using CPR.

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A hospital has provided a special area to support caregivers of patients that are hospitalized.

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Video captures a teenage volleyball player collapse from sudden cardiac arrest during a match.
She was able to survive, thanks bystander CPR and a nearby AED.

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A spa trip? High-end chocolate and candies? A home CPR kit? Crayola crayons?

The answer is...ALL OF THE ABOVE, and more...

These are just some of the presents that were given out for the 2017 Grammy Awards.

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A group of parents have chosen to fight for legislation requiring schools to have AEDs available on campus, after having their child athletes fall victim to sudden cardiac arrest (SCA).

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National Wear Red Day For Women is a national public awareness day that brings attention to the leading killers of women: Heart disease and Stroke.

On Friday, February 3, help SAVE WOMEN’S LIVES by wearing something red … a red dress, tie, jacket, scarf, hat, blouse or shirt.

Go Red For Women and show your commitment to reducing risk, improving health, and saving women’s lives

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Research has proven you can reduce your blood pressure with the DASH diet (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension).

Watch this video to learn more about this approach to a healthier lifestyle.

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17-year old cardiac arrest survivor, Jalen Hart, is reunited with the medics who save him by performing CPR.
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