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Health equity expert shares how cardiovascular disparities can be eliminated

SPECIAL TO THE RECORDER By Roche Communications Staff African Americans are 30 percent more likely to die from heart disease than white Americans, according to the...

A Super Bowl party with a heart

Indy Cigar Bar, 3357 E. 86th St., will host an all day Super Bowl party Saturday, Feb. 4 with food, entertainment and exclusive Diamond...

New infrared tool offers hope to heart disease patients

New technology at an Indianapolis hospital has the ability to see the inside of coronary blood vessels at up to 10 times higher resolution...

Warnings signs of a heart attack

Heart disease is America’s number one killer. About every 34 seconds, someone in the United States has a heart attack. In recognition of February...

Remarkable recoveryIndianapolis man has heart and kidney transplants

Life has been a struggle for Indianapolis native Saunquina (pronounced San-quinn-ay) Strayhorn over the last couple of years. He was forced into early retirement...

American Heart Association’s Start! Initiative and Nature Rocks™ Launch “60 Miles in 60 Days” WalkING Challenge

WHO American Heart Association and Nature Rocks join forces to empower families to get outdoors and get active with the launch of the “60...

Israelis stake their claim on Jerusalem’s heart

The Netanyahu government shows no sign of slowing Israeli settlement in the holy city while Palestinians fear for their future pmartin@globeandmail.com The battle for...

Israelis stake their claim on Jerusalem’s heart

The Netanyahu government shows no sign of slowing Israeli settlement in the holy city while Palestinians fear for their future pmartin@globeandmail.com The battle for...

Challenge changes women’s lives

The Go Red for Women campaign is a movement that won’t cease until heart disease and stroke is eliminated. Greatly surpassing all cancers, heart...

An extra teaspoon of salt a day boosts heart risk

It increases a person's risk of stroke by 23 per cent and their risk of developing heart disease by 17 per cent, according to...
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