hidden Heart Survivor Takes Steps to Be Healthy for Good

Heart Survivor Takes Steps to Be Healthy for Good

October 19, 2014, started out just like any other day for me.  I headed to the gym as I did every Sunday at 8am. While working out, all seemed well until I started to feel dizziness, blurry vision, nausea, rapid heartbeat and was sweating profusely. Thankfully, a gym employee noticed I was in distress and called 911. Unaware

hidden Food Lover Shares Her Fitness Journey to Loving Herself

Food Lover Shares Her Fitness Journey to Loving Herself

By: Michele Pinto, Guest Blogger and Volunteer, American Heart Association I’m Michele, a girl who has always had a big love and passion for food.  It has been an obsession my entire life.  My stomach, as my family would say, is a “bottomless pit” and I never get full.  Because of this, my weight was

hidden Northeast Health Equity Consortium Announces First Webinar Series

Northeast Health Equity Consortium Announces First Webinar Series

The Equity Braid: Equity, Data & Capacity Building To make persuasive and compelling cases to key stakeholders, health outcomes and social determinants of health data need to be paired with storytelling. Join leaders in health equity, community health, advocacy, education and government in the American Heart Association’s Northeast Health Equity Consortium’s (NHEC) webinar series. The

hidden Southern NJ Go Red for Women Chairman Supports Heart Health for All

Southern NJ Go Red for Women Chairman Supports Heart Health for All

The American Heart Association recently announced William Kwelty, Senior Executive, Holman Enterprises, will serve as chair of the Southern NJ Go Red for Women Luncheon scheduled for Friday, April 26, 2019 at the Mansion on Main Street in Voorhees, NJ. The Go Red for Women Luncheon is one of the premier women’s events in South

hidden Stroke Survivor Leads Women Empowerment as Go Red for Women®Luncheon Chair

Stroke Survivor Leads Women Empowerment as Go Red for Women®Luncheon Chair

Cardiovascular diseases continue to be a woman’s greatest health threat, claiming the lives of one in three women each year, while 55,000 more females than males are affected by stroke each year.  On April 11, 2019, the Northern New Jersey Go Red for Women Luncheon will celebrate 10 years of creating awareness by sharing stories