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Woman’s Best Friend: Flynn to rock the runway and support women’s heart health

For the first time ever, “America’s Top Dog” will appear on the runway and help kickoff New York Fashion Week.

Moving into the fashion show spotlight

Two emerging designers are creating couture designs of red lace, tulle and silk to highlight women’s heart health and kick off New York Fashion Week.

Wearing red, raising awareness for heart health across the nation

Mika Leah wears red Feb. 1, joins advocates for heart health across the nation to raise awareness about cardiovascular disease.

American Heart Association volunteer testifies before Congress about coverage for pre-existing conditions

Andrew Blackshear shares his story about fighting for access to critical care while also fighting for his life after heart surgery. He was invited to testify at a hearing about the importance of insurance coverage for pre-existing conditions.

Inspiring generations of kids

Longtime PE teacher Sandra Lightfoot is helping students get active, build confidence, learn how their hearts work and raise money to keep other hearts working.

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