Gary Madden, the director of 211 San Bernardino, reminds the Helpline staff and partners why their work matters.
Kelly Hicks of the American College of Cardiology's CardioSmart explains how collaborating on cholesterol for World Heart Day helped New Orleans residents improve their heart health.
Our executive director John Clymer explains why how the National Forum is celebrating World Heart Day this year.
Dean Paul Havelerson explains how our unique partnership can improve heart health in Indiana.
Please join the Board of Directors in a virtual meeting on Tuesday, August 4 at Noon EDT for a discussion and vote on the National Forum’s strategic priorities.
CDC recently announced $33.7 million in awards to nine state health departments to support the Paul Coverdell National Acute Stroke Program (PCNASP).
Million Hearts® Hypertension Control Challenge Champions explain how they improved patients' blood pressure
Million Hearts® named 30 clinicians and their teams Hypertension Challenge Champions in March of 2015. All those awarded this honor achieved blood pressure control for at least 70% of their patients.
Partially hydrogenated oils, also known as Trans fats, have long been an enemy to heart health. Research has shown for some time now that trans fats contribute to cardiovascular disease by raising “bad” cholesterol while simultaneously lowering “good” cholesterol.
New York City could be the first U.S. metropolitan to require warning labels on high-salt dishes at chain restaurants.