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  • Blog Post: AHA Voices Support For Bipartisan Medication Management Bill

    Washington, D.C., April 25, 2013 — American Heart Association President Donna Arnett, Ph.D., M.S.P.H., issued the following comments today on the “Medication Therapy Management Empowerment Act of 2013,” sponsored by Senators Kay Hagan, D-N.C., and Pat Roberts, R-Kan., and Representatives...
  • Blog Post: The Affordable Care Act Turns 3 This Week!

    Saturday, March 23 rd marks the 3 rd anniversary of the health reform law, the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Like any 3-year-old, the law is growing and evolving and has not reached its full potential. However, even in its early years the ACA has benefited people with heart disease and stroke and many of...
  • Blog Post: Pursuing Pulse Ox Around the Country

    All across America, You're the Cure advocates and American Heart Association staff are working to ensure newborn babies are screened for congenital heart defects before they leave the hospital. A quick, painless screening using pulse oximetry- really just like a Band Aid placed on the toe or finger...
  • Blog Post: Facts: Pulse Oximetry Screening for Congenital Heart Defects

    Learn how mandatory critical congenital heart defect screening for all newborns using pulse oximetry can help save lives.
  • Blog Post: Facts: October 2014 AHA Policy Report

    Find all of AHA's Policy Position statements on various issues with this "at-a-glance" report entitled the Policy Report.
  • Blog Post: Facts: Benefits of Health Reform for Heart and Stroke Patients

    Learn about the provisions of the Affordable Care Act that are helping heart and stroke patients access and afford the quality health care they need.
  • Blog Post: Congressional Women ‘Go Red’ For American Heart Month

    A bipartisan group of women from the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate joined the American Heart Association on Valentine’s Day to ‘Go Red’ in support of the 43 million women who are currently living with heart disease. Women members from the House and Senate gathered for...
  • Blog Post: Senator Elizabeth Warren: Why I 'Go Red'

    The following message was written by Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts to her constituents about why she is wearing red this Valentine's Day: I'm going to have to put off baking my Valentine's Day cake until I can get back home on Friday. I have my heart-shaped pans, but the oven...
  • Blog Post: Recording Now Available: Women's Heart Health Webinar

    We were so thrilled to have hundreds of advocates join us tonight for the 3rd annual State of Women's Heart Health webinar. Thank you to Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Margaret Hamburg, and Million Hearts initiative Director...
  • Blog Post: It's time to break out the red!

    Tomorrow is National Wear Red Day and the start of American Heart Month! Since the first National Wear Red Day 10 years ago, tremendous strides have been made in the fight against heart disease in women, including: 21% fewer women have died from heart disease 23% more women aware are that...
  • Blog Post: You're Invited! State of Women's Heart Health Webinar

    Are you ready to kick-off American Heart Month in a big way? Join us for the 3rd Annual State of Women's Heart Health webinar! This informative discussion with some of our nation's health leaders- including Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, Food and Drug Administration...
  • Blog Post: “Hello! My name is ____”

    It’s time to welcome the 113 th Congress! We all know the best welcomes are personal, so we’re asking You’re the Cure advocates to introduce themselves to their members of Congress by recording a video and uploading it to Facebook. We’re calling it the “Hello, my name...
  • Blog Post: 2012 You're the Cure Federal Recap

    As we get ready to welcome the 113 th Congress to Capitol Hill in January, we wanted to take a moment to reflect on all of the activity that took place on key heart and stroke issues this year. In a tough economic environment, You’re the Cure advocates, like you, helped play critical defense to...
  • Blog Post: New Resource Makes Choosing a Health Plan Easier

    Fall marks the start of the ‘open enrollment’ period, during which millions of Americans select a health insurance plan in the private insurance market. But this year, consumers will have a new resource available to make that decision easier, thanks to the Affordable Care Act. ...
  • Blog Post: Facts: Benefits of Health Reform for Congenital Heart Defect Patients

    Learn about the provisions of the Affordable Care Act that are already helping congential heart defect patients of all ages access and afford the quality health care they need.
  • Blog Post: State Spotlight! CA Passes Heart Defect Screening Law

    California recently became the 9th state to pass legislation that will benefit thousands of newborn babies starting July 1, 2013. AB 1731 ensures that every California newborn delivered in a birthing facility will be given the pulse oximetry test to identify critical congenital heart defects (CCHD)....
  • Blog Post: Waiting for 2014: Henry & Essential Health Benefits

    Continuing their “Real Stories, Real Reforms” series, Georgetown University Health Policy Institue's CHIRblog presents the second profile of everyday people across the country who will – or have already – benefited from new consumer protections under the Affordable Care Act...
  • Blog Post: You're the Cure Sign-Up Form - Access to Quality Care

    Recruit others to join you as a You’re the Cure advocate using this printable sign-up form.
  • Blog Post: Facts: Women & CVD

    Get the facts about the leading cause of death of American women & policies to improve prevention, diagnosis, and treatment.
  • Blog Post: Facts: Health Equity & CVD

    Get the facts about reducing health disparities to achieve health equity for all races, ethnicities, genders, and ages.
  • Blog Post: Facts: Medicaid & CVD

    Get the facts about Medicaid & the CVD patients who depend on that coverage to access and afford care.
  • Blog Post: Facts: Health Care Coverage for CVD Patients

    Get the facts about the need for affordable, accessible quality health care for all heart disease & stroke patients and those at risk.
  • Blog Post: Facts: Congenital Heart Defects

    Get the facts about congenital heart defects and the need to establish mandatory screening processes.
  • Blog Post: You're the Cure Advocate Guide

    Use this guide to learn about more ways you can get involved as a You’re the Cure advocate.
  • Blog Post: Share Your Story: Mary Beth Miller

    Mary Beth Miller Alabama Our daughter was born with a very complex congenital heart defect. As new parents we have these dreams for our children: becoming a star athlete; an astronaut; having a family of their own. We never expect those dreams to be replaced with: will they live till tomorrow? My...