Advocate Spotlight: Kathy McCormick
When I woke up at 6:30 AM on October 22, 2013 I knew something was terribly wrong. I tried to get out of bed and found it difficult to walk. I called for my husband, who had just returned from the gym, he found me slumped on the bed and with the slurred voice I said, "I think I'm having a stroke." I convinced him to not call for an ambulance, - I didn't want the fanfare- instead, I asked him to drive me to the hospital. Not a smart move!
Advocate Spotlight: Ron Drouin
STROKE – some things you may not know and were afraid to ask!
Advocate Spotlight: Kami Sutton
As a survivor, volunteer, advocate and staff member – I wanted to share my story.
Vance Lobe - What the Affordable Care Act means for me
Guest Blogger: Vance Lobe, Heart Attack Survivor
It’s been almost one year now since the Affordable Care Act (ACA) exchanges were implemented and I thought it was time to reflect on how this has affected my life.
Advocate Spotlight: Scott Hunt
My Lifesaving Story Experience
Internship at the Heart Association?
Share Your Story: Marisol Ferrante
On August 19th, 2011 Marisol Ferrante was happily at work when she suddenly began experiencing painful headaches. Thinking it was a normal stress-related headache; she took some pain killers and tried to resume working. However, even hours later, an intense pain shot up the back of her neck and wouldn't go away.
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