Newsletter Feature - DE
Share your story and make a difference
Think about a time when you were told something. Did the number stick out - or did the story? The American Heart Association is a trusted scientific voice, this is true. However, your story and the story of your family and friends help bring our science to life.
Free Nutrition Month Recipe Book!
March is National Nutrition month so we thought we’d share a cool opportunity to get some heart healthy and budget friendly recipes for you and your families. Our friends at Health for Good have put together an e-book of 10 family meals that can be made for less than $10 dollars using 10 ingredients or fewer! From kid friendly chicken enchiladas to a chicken curry skillet, download these recipes to use on the next family meals. Trust us! One bite of these enchiladas and your families will be thanking you!
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Ending the Sale of Flavored Tobacco Helps Prevent Tobacco Use
“Doubt is our Product” is a quote from a former tobacco executive in 1969. Tobacco companies have tried to sew doubt into the minds of Americans for decades. They want you to doubt that their products are harmful to your health.
Delaware Legislative Kicks off
As we welcome the New Year, the American Heart Association will be working with elected officials to prioritize the overall health and wellbeing of Delawareans. The 2021 DE Legislative Session kicked off recently – and we are ready to promote a broad range of policies. The world around us has changed in countless ways, but our mission to be a relentless force for a world of longer, healthier lives is more important than ever.
Great mental health tips for when life has you feeling anxious or blue.
2020 really dealt us all a wallop, and 2021 is starting out rocky as well. With the weight of the health and well-being of our families, ourselves, and our world bearing down on us all, it’s understandable that stress, anxiety, and depression can impact anyone’s life.
Recruitment-palooza. Join in the fun!
As an active You’re the Cure advocate, you probably realize we could not survive let alone thrive without our volunteers! In a world of less physical contact, most of us are looking to be a part of something and stay connected. So why not with You’re the Cure?
Get ready.....Recruitment-palooza is coming!
This fall, get ready for an exciting new project for Eastern States advocates and a chance to earn some really great prizes!
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E-cigarette use among youth is on the rise. Help us fight back.
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention recently released data from their Youth Risk Behavior Survey that shows E-cigarette use among youth is still rising and more kids are getting hooked on tobacco.
Meet Your Government Relations Director, Megan!
As you may know, there's been some changes to our team across AHA due to Covid-19 affecting all nonprofits. While we'll miss our former team members, we won't change our commitment to our advocates or to issues that matter most to us all. Our Government Relations Director, Megan Tucker, will be supporting Delaware and continuing our mission to be a relentless force for a world of longer, healthier lives. We wanted to introduce Megan to you!
Our Grassroots Manager in the northern part of the Eastern Region, Rebecca Scharler, had a medical emergency in the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. This is her story of the safe quality care she got despite the pandemic.