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Shoreline Heart Walk is Back at the Boardwalk

When you think of the Boardwalk do you think of funnel cakes and ice cream cones?  It’s time to change that perception and start Heartwalking on the Boardwalk to be Healthy For Good. The American Heart Association and American Stroke Association is happy to announce that the annual Shoreline Heart Walk will return to the

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10 Ways to Be Healthy this Summer

Summer in New Jersey means so many wonderful things. Days by the pool, trips to the shore and tons of fresh produce.  But summer can also mean many temptations that can sabotage your healthy lifestyle.  If you’re tempted to stay inside in air conditioning or indulge in ice cream every day, check out these tips

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Local Doctor Leads Heart Walk at the Jersey Shore

Brett Sealove, MD, FACC, RPVI, cardiologist and partner at Monmouth Cardiology Associates, will serve as chairman of the 2017 Shoreline Heart Walk scheduled for Sunday, October 1 at the Asbury Park Boardwalk in Asbury Park, NJ. The Shoreline Heart Walk, locally sponsored by Hackensack Meridian Health and RWJBarnabas Health, brings hundreds of Monmouth and Ocean

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Prevent Heart Disease & Stroke at the Jersey Shore

By Kenneth N. Sable, M.D. MBA, FACEP, Guest Blogger It’s time for the Jersey Shore to hit heart disease and stroke out of the park! As president of Jersey Shore University Medical Center, I see firsthand every day the effects of cardiovascular diseases on patients throughout the Jersey Shore.  While medical advancements have helped in

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Local Survivor Supports Heart Walk at Jersey Shore

On October 29, Christine Rochelle of Wall, a congenital heart defect and stroke survivor, will walk to raise awareness about heart disease and stroke as she serves as survivor ambassador for the American Heart Association and American Stroke Association’s Shoreline Heart Walk at FirstEnergy Park, home of the Lakewood BlueClaws, in Lakewood, NJ. Shortly after

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Be Prepared for Summer Safety– Learn CPR!

By Al Rundio, Guest Blogger Summer has arrived! Whether you’re spending time by the Jersey Shore or by the local pool, the American Heart Association encourages families to be prepared for summer safety by learning cardiopulmonary resuscitation, or CPR. Accidents, choking and drowning are leading causes of death in children. Every day, about ten people