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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!
17 Aug 2012
Campaign Resources: Be CPR Smart Campaign Poster
Spread the word about the importance of teaching student to be CPR Smart with this printable poster.
18 Aug 2012
Audio File: Public Service Announcement for CPR in Schools
Macie C. is a Georgia student and You're the Cure advocate. Listen to why CPR in schools is important to her.
16 Nov 2012
Presentation: Communicating with Congress
View the slides from the recent presentation entitled Communicating with Congress: How to turn a 10-Minute Meeting with a Legislator into a Life-Long Relationship .
6 Aug 2013
Map: CPR in Schools Legislation
Learn which states have passed legislation to ensure students learn the live-saving skill of CPR before graduation. ( Last updated July 2014 )
29 Aug 2013
Photo Petition: These are the Faces of Medical Research
Hundreds of You're the Cure advocates participated in the 'Hearts for Research' photo petition to demonstrate their support for a strong, national investment in the National Institutes of Health.
20 Sep 2013
Sequester Stories: How Heart and Stroke Research Hangs in the Balance
Learn how budgets cuts to the National Institute of Health (NIH) have affected heart and stroke medical research from You're the Cure Advocates in the medical community.
13 Nov 2013
CPR in minutes!
Just one minute of CPR video training could save lives in emergencies, according to new research presented at the American Heart Association’s Scientific Sessions 2013...wouldn't you think that NYS lawmakers would want schools to take just minutes out of the school year to teach CPR? Now will...
20 Nov 2013
Infographic: Affordable Care Act- Protecting Patients with Congenital Heart Disease
Learn about the protections and rights congenital heart defect patients have under the health care law.
12 Feb 2014
New maps provide insight on access to supermarkets in New York State
For millions of people around the country—many of them children—the fast choice is the only choice when it comes to food. Newly created maps paint a picture of the problem. View below to see maps outlining supermarket sales and income data in New York State. Additional blog posts on yourethecure...
13 Feb 2015
Dr. Stephen Leffler and the University of Vermont Medical Center Supporting a Tax to Reduce Obesity and Health Care Costs
The University of Vermont Medical Center has been outstanding in its support of a two cent per ounce excise tax on sugary drinks to reduce obesity in Vermont. Stephen Leffler, the Chief Medical Officer for the hospital, has been a tireless advocate testifying before a legislative committee, speaking...
2 Mar 2015
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