The American Heart Association is a national voluntary health agency to help reduce disability and death from cardiovascular diseases and stroke.
American Heart Association Blog
Apr 19, 2018
Study Highlights: The more cigarettes men younger than 50 smoked, the more likely they were to have a stroke. Researchers say, while smoking cessation is the goal, just reducing the number of cigarettes younger men smoke could help reduce their[…]Read more...
Leading Health and Medical Groups Urge Immediate FDA Action to Address Rising Youth Use of Juul E-CigarettesApr 18, 2018
Six leading public health and medical organizations today urged the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to take strong and immediate action to address the dramatic rise in teen use of Juul electronic cigarettes, which has been widely reported by media[…]Read more...
Apr 17, 2018
DALLAS, April 17, 2018 — The American Heart Association joins the nation in mourning the loss of former First Lady Barbara Bush. Mrs. Bush passed away this evening after reports that she had chosen comfort care over further medical treatment[…]Read more...
Apr 16, 2018
Study Highlights: African Americans who smoke may be at greater risk of developing heart failure. Among African Americans, those who smoke a pack or more a day are likely at greatest risk for heart failure. African Americans who quit smoking[…]Read more...