The National Forum's October Action Update highlights our World Heart Day 2015 celebration and provides a link to a Million Hearts cholesterol webinar.
As part of the largest scale World Heart Day initiative in the organization's history, the National Forum for Heart Disease & Stroke Prevention is helping Americans take steps to reduce high cholesterol and other heart disease and stroke risk factors.
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.
The National Forum's September Action Update includes information on the Millions Hearts' Hypertension Control Champions, the 13th Annual Meeting and job openings at the CDC.
Our immediate-past chair Dr. Keith Ferdinand and our cholesterol initative chair Dr. Jennifer Robinson discuss PCKS9 inhibitors and statin intolerance on an expert panel for MD Magazine Peer Exchange.
The September Stronger Hearts Helpline Partner Update assess the Stronger Hearts Helpline concept with California residents.
The National Forum is pleased that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved Repatha™ (evolocumab), the second PCSK9 inhibitor to enter the market this year.
Our Stronger Hearts Helpline Steering Committee Chair Dr. Clyde Yancy speaks with Parade about how people can avoid heart attacks.
Our executive director speaks with Monster.com about population health and why it may be "the next big thing in health care" hiring.