The American Heart Association, in partnership with University of Maryland Medical System, is launching a campaign to call on Marylanders to BMore Empowered in their communities and help put an end to tobacco use and learn other ways to protect heart and brain health.
On October 6th at noon, we’ll have a quick 45 minute chat with experts in tobacco to discuss why it’s so important to address tobacco issues at an early age and how to get on the road to healthier choices. Participants include Dr. Sonia Baker - UM SJMC cardiologist, Dr. Kathleen Hoke - Professor and Director, Legal Resource Center for Public Health Policy at University of Maryland Carey School of Law, fellow advocates...and surprise guests!
We know there are health issues we can put a stop to if we mobilize communities to fight for the healthier lives they deserve. We’re calling on advocates of all ages across Maryland, to join this meeting and learn how we can empower youth and our community to be a relentless force for a Maryland of healthier lives.
Click here and join us October 6th at noon. Can’t make it? Sign up and we’ll send you the recording!