Newsletter Feature - WV
Beat the heat while staying healthy this summer!
Summer months usually mean warmer weather, but with rising average temps, it’s all the more important to keep your cool. Staying cool doesn’t only make you feel better, it can be easier on your heart. So – how do you do heart healthy physical activity while enjoying the warm weather and how do you keep yourself cool? Here are some great tips to help you beat the heat while enjoying these warmer outdoor months.
A New Special Enrollment is Here!
Open Enrollment is the annual period when individuals and families without health insurance can sign up for a quality, affordable health plan through Health Insurance Marketplace established by the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
June is CPR & Summer Safety Month
Do you know Hands-Only CPR?
Hands-Only CPR, which involves only chest compressions, has emerged in recent years as an alternative to standard CPR, which involves both chest compressions and mouth-to-mouth rescue breaths.
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Welcome Julie Warden, our new Government Relations Director!
West Virginia, we’re excited to introduce you to your new Government Relations Director, Julie Warden.
Take it easy on yourself and others as the world starts to open back up.
With so many Americans getting vaccinated from COVID-19, there are many more opportunities to be social. For some, this is an exciting prospect, but even if you are excited, it may bring up some feelings of anxiety to get out there and socialize.
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.
Food Insecurity is a critical issue for many families
Food insecurity is an issue that impacts many families, especially since COVID. Some families who were living in the margins before, are more likely to be impacted by food insecurity now. What is food insecurity?
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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