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Red H.E.A.R.R.T. says thanks and cheers on 2017

    Red H.E.A.R.R.T. says thanks and cheers on 2017

Cheryl Lindsay Guest Columnist Happy New Year!!Thanks to you we had an incredible year of Heart Awareness and Prevention in 2016 and we are excited about 2017! We can’t move

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High blood pressure over the holidays

    High blood pressure over the holidays

SHAKIA FLYTHE SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE The holidays are all about enjoying those you love. Oh and let’s not forget about all of the delicious food. Although, the holidays are

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Heart and Stroke walk raises funds for research

    Heart and Stroke walk raises funds for research

Photo by Timothy Ramsey BY TIMOTHY RAMSEY THE CHRONICLE Stroke and heart disease are the two leading causes of death in Forsyth County.  The American Heart Association (AHA) is devoted

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Commentary: Black women should ‘walk the walk’ to survive heart disease

    Commentary: Black women should ‘walk the walk’ to survive heart disease

Cynthia Brown Guest Columnist It is a known fact that heart disease is the leading cause of death; the number one killer of women, particularly African-American women. Thanks to several

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Red HEARRT shoots for Guinness record

    Red HEARRT shoots for Guinness record

(Above: Photos by Charles E. Leftwich Jr.– The Winston-Salem Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. (top above) sponsored a Go

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Go Red For Women campaign targets heart disease

    Go Red For Women campaign targets heart disease

 Above: The crowd at the 2014 Go Red breakfast gathering. The American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women movement encourages everyone to

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Several honored at heart walk

    Several honored at heart walk

(pictured above:  The walkers begin their trek through Tanglewood Park.) By Wednesday, Nov. 19, the American Heart Association hopes to

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Women complete heart-health program

    Women complete heart-health program

(pictured above:  Participant Jacquelyn Gregg is recognized by Dr. Wanda Lawrence (right).) The first group of women have completed the

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Mom joining MS fitness program started by son

    Mom joining MS fitness program started by son

(pictured above:  Brain Murrill with his mom, Patsy.) MSFit will soon offer free exercise classes at the Gateway YWCA to

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Local survivors featured on national magazine

    Local survivors featured on national magazine

(pictured above: Triad residents David Layton (seated) with Randy Ludington and Anne Howell.) The August issue of the American Heart Association’s

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