IN THE NEWS
Black Heart Association is proud to make a difference in the lives of others every day. Here are some stories from recent news articles about our advocacy and work:
IN THE NEWS
2017 Class of Heart Disease and Stroke Survivors Announced for World Heart Day
DALLAS – September 27, 2017 — Each year on September 29, World Heart Day encourages people to be heart healthy with the world’s biggest platform for raising awareness about cardiovascular disease (CVD).
8 Ways to Reach New Career Levels in 2020
“The more conferences and professional development programs I attended the more I realized how tone-deaf the content was to the nuances of being a woman of color in corporate America,”
5 Women Share Exactly What It Feels Like To Have A Heart Attack
You’d totally know if you were having a heart attack, right? You’d clutch your left arm in pain, immediately fall down to the floor, and head right to the hospital.
Woman who suffered 3 heart attacks at age 40 wants women to know this about heart disease
Tara Robinson, a teacher and U.S. Army veteran in Fort Worth, Texas, said she suffered three heart attacks in one week at the age of 40. Four years later, Robinson is a survivor and an ambassador for Go Red for Women, working to raise awareness of the issue of women and heart disease.
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