Claudia Talamantez of Univision has been a constant with the Austin Vestido Rojo event. Since its inception, Talamantez has shared her talents as the emcee for the annual Spanish language women’s health event and we could not be more grateful for her dedication to ensuring longer, healthier lives here in Central Texas! Volunteer Voices: Claudia
AUSTIN, Texas, April 13, 2023 — Partners for Education, Agriculture and Sustainability (PEAS) in Austin and Sunfield Elementary School in Buda are expanding hands-on nutrition education with a $2,500 grant from the American Heart Association’s Teaching Gardens® Network Grant program, helping address healthy eating challenges facing children and families. Access to healthy foods directly impacts
If there’s one good thing that can be said of strokes, it’s this: The vast majority of them don’t need to happen. Up to 80% of strokes can be prevented through healthy lifestyle changes and working with health care practitioners to control stroke risk factors. Researchers have identified numerous steps people can take to lower
The American Heart Association is working with researchers, medical experts, hospitals, community leaders, businesses, families and more to reduce the impact of COVID-19. Watch the video to learn how we’re dedicating our resources to make a difference.
The American Heart Association is on a mission to be a relentless force for longer, healthier lives and that is something that we strive to do every day at a local level here in Central Texas. Many people think of the American Heart Association as an organization that is solely focused only on heart disease
This year, Austin Go Red for Women has launched its inaugural Woman of Impact campaign. Women from the Austin community are nominated to be a part of this initiative because of their passion and drive to make a difference for the American Heart Association. The campaign launched March 3, 2021 and will end on April