Newsletter Feature - KY
Survivors: share your insights with those who need it most
Remember when you were first diagnosed? Those late-night worries, the “I know I shouldn’t, but I’m going to Google this anyways” moments, the feelings of being alone and lost?
hero_image_alt_text===Facing recovery after a stroke or heart disease diagnosis can be overwhelming. You are not alone. Our community is here for you.
thumbnail_alt_text===Facing recovery after a stroke or heart disease diagnosis can be overwhelming. You are not alone. Our community is here for you.
Tips to Help Keep Your Diet Heart-Healthy This Holiday Season
With holiday parties at every turn, we all struggle to stay focused on healthy eating this time of year. Need a little help?
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Join Us at the Capitol February 13th for Kentucky Advocacy Day!
Join the American Heart Association and the American College of Cardiology, Kentucky Chapter, on February 13th as health advocates from across the Commonwealth gather at the Capitol to talk with lawmakers about legislation before them in the 2020 Session that will improve the health of Kentucky! Register now!
Happy Holidays, Superheroes!
As we enjoy this season of thanks, we would be remiss if we didn’t express our sincerest thanks to you, our advocates. Though we live in different places across the country, we all come together to use our superhero advocacy powers – you are saving lives by using your voice!
Add color with pride
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Summer Advocacy Tips
Summer is the season for the beach, backyard picnics, and pool parties. But it's also the time to make a real difference in your community and improve your advocacy skills. Here are five easy things you can do this summer to be an even more powerful advocate:
American Stroke Month 2018
Did you know that stroke is a leading cause of death and preventable disability with 7 million American adults having had a stroke? Or that someone has a stroke every 40 seconds?
AHA Support Network
You’re not alone. Make our social support network your home.
Will You Wear Red?
I’ll be rocking my red February 2nd for National Wear Red Day®. Will you join me
Eric Douglas, West Virginia
If anyone should have known the signs and symptoms of heart disease and heart attack, it was Eric Douglas. A former CPR trainer, EMT and scuba instructor who has trained more than 1,000 people to perform CPR, he still denied he was having problems. He wrote it off as “heart burn," and convinced himself he had just gotten in really bad shape.
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