You’re The Cure advocates make a difference in the lives of others by simply making our voices heard and reaching out to our lawmakers about public policy regarding heart health. For instance, one such success in New Hampshire was passing a law to require a simple Pulse Oximetry test be performed on every newborn to screen for possible life threatening congenital heart defects. When detected early, treatment can begin early, saving precious lives. This American Heart Month, we celebrate not only medical advances that have helped reduce deaths from heart disease and stroke, but also public policies which help NH citizens live heart healthy, stroke-free lives. But there is still much we can do – by training high school students in CPR and improving our schools’ nutrition environments – we will save many more lives, now and into the future.