Healthy for Good Blog
With summer nearly upon us, here’s a healthy idea that’s already catching on: Throw some fruits and veggies on the grill.
This guest blog is written by Robert Sanchez, M.D., FACC. Sanchez has been in leadership roles with the American Heart Association for more than a decade.
Doctors across the country routinely have unfortunate conversations that prove how important it is for people to know CPR – and to use it.
This guest blog was written by:Michael D. Parkinson, MD, MPH, FACPM. Dr. Parkinson serves on the GRA Health Strategies Committee and is a past member [2011-2015] of the GRA Board of Directors.
Imagine extending years of vitality for you and your loved ones while improving the health of the planet.
Got a fourth-grader in the house? Then there’s no better time to let you know about a program that helps families get outside and get moving.
May can be hectic. School’s winding down, students are graduating and wedding bells are ringing. When stress builds, some people relax by practicing yoga. But what about outdoor yoga?
Blog written by Indrani Acosta, MD. Dr. Acosta is a stroke neurologist and the Medical Director for stroke at AdventHealth in Central Florida.
May is National Stroke Awareness Month — a good time to learn about the connection between brain health and heart health.
This guest blog was written by Ron Abell, Aramark’s senior executive chef at Fenway Park.
Springtime for me means baseball and gardening. Fortunately, I get to experience the best of both worlds, right here at Fenway Park. Fenway is not only home to the nine-time World Series Champion Boston Red Sox, but one of the finest rooftop gardens in all of sports. For me, there’s nothing like cooking with freshly-picked ingredients from the garden, feet away from the kitchen.
This guest blog was written by: Monique Wilson, Vice President for Community Impact, Diversity & Inclusion for the American Heart Association.
Got a business idea for improving your community’s health? Imagine using an app to help you recover after a hospital stay. Or one that shows you how to save food destined for a landfill.
If your heartbeat’s elevated during April, it might be due to tax season. Dealing with taxes and finances can be hazardous to your health! Maybe that’s why April is Financial Literacy Month; although, it doesn’t need to be a source of stress.