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  • Blog Post: Facts: CDC Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention Program

    Get the facts about the Centers for Disease Control's Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention Program.
  • Blog Post: Facts: The Value of Prevention

    Get the facts about the importance of investing in and protecting funding for CVD prevention.
  • Blog Post: Facts: Pediatric Stroke

    Get the facts about stroke's impact on children & the need for research and access to care for these patients.
  • Blog Post: Facts: Stroke in the U.S.

    Get the facts about our nation's No. 4 killer & policy solutions to improve the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of stroke.
  • Blog Post: Facts: Congenital Heart Defects

    Get the facts about congenital heart defects and the need to establish mandatory screening processes.
  • Blog Post: Facts: Sudden Cardiac Arrest

    Get the facts about sudden cardiac arrest and policies to ensure victims are able to receive immediate CPR and defibrillation.
  • Blog Post: Facts: Primary Stroke Centers

    Get the facts about improving stroke systems of care through the establishment of primary stroke centers.
  • Blog Post: Facts: Systems of Care for Cardiovascular Conditions

    Get the facts about coordinated health care delivery systems that can improve outcomes for patients.
  • Blog Post: Facts: Tobacco Cessation & Prevention Programs

    Get the facts about the need to establish sustainable funding state tobacco prevention & cessation programs.
  • Blog Post: Facts: Coverage of Tobacco Cessation Services

    Get the facts about public and private insurance coverage for services that help smokers quit.
  • Blog Post: Facts: Smoke-Free Laws

    Get the facts about protecting Americans from secondhand smoke through comprehensive smoke-free air laws.
  • Blog Post: Facts: Tobacco Taxes

    Get the facts about the impact of tobacco taxes on preventing and reducing tobacco use.
  • 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: You're the Cure Sign-Up Form

    Recruit others to join you as a You’re the Cure advocate using this printable sign-up form.
  • Blog Post: Talking Points: Restore and Protect NIH Funds

    Speak-up against funding cuts to the National Institutes of Health that occured because of the March 2013 sequester!
  • Blog Post: Facts: Impact of Sequestration on NIH

    Get the facts about the impact of budget cuts scheduled for 2013 on the National Institutes of Health and heart and stroke research.
  • Blog Post: Facts: NIH Research Funding

    Get the facts about our nation’s investment in heart disease and stroke research through the National Institutes of Health.
  • Blog Post: Budget Cuts to NIH Will Result in Job Loss

    Have you heard about the massive across-the-broad federal budget cuts, also know as the sequester, that are scheduled for January 2013 if Congress fails to reach another agreement? These cuts could have disastrous effects on medical research at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and could delay...
  • Blog Post: There‚Äôs a food fight in Congress!

    Believe it or not, there’s a heated debate in Congress right now over fresh fruits and vegetables in schools. And we need you to help us be the voice of reason. Will you take a moment to tell your legislators why providing kids with access to fresh fruits and vegetables during the school day...
  • Blog Post: You're the Cure Sign-Up Form - Emergency Cardiac Care

    Recruit others to join you as a You’re the Cure advocate using this printable sign-up form.
  • Blog Post: CPR in Schools Victory in North Carolina!

    Thanks to the tireless efforts of AHA volunteers and staff, we are pleased to announce that North Carolina Governor Beverly Perdue signed House Bill 837 into law on July 26, 2012. The law requires all students to be trained in CPR before graduating from high school, helping to train our next generation...
  • Blog Post: Updated! 57 Co-sponsors for the HEART for Women Act. Can we get to 100?

    Check out the list of current co-sponsors of the Heart disease Education, Awareness, Research, and Treatment (HEART) for Women Act. These Members of Congress have taken an important step in demonstrating their support for improving the prevention, diagonsis, and treatment of heart disease and stroke...
  • 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...
  • Blog Post: Share Your Story: Ronna Kratzer

    Ronna Kratzer California The AHA has been a part of my life and many of my family members' lives from birth. As of today, we have 14 family members that have been born with Congenital Heart Defects. Without funding for research, many of my family members may not be alive today. In 2010, I underwent...
  • Blog Post: Share Your Story: Bert Carey

    Bert Carey Newburyport, MA Bert suffered sudden cardiac arrest. Fortunately, when he collapsed, he was in a small store in Newburyport where an 18-year-old senior in high school, Derek, happened to be shopping for a tux for the prom. Derek had just completed a CPR course, which is a graduation requirement...