Join the Heart Walk and Save Lives
In the United States, more than 877,500 Americans die as a result of heart disease, stroke or other cardiovascular conditions every year. We can raise awareness and funds for education and research to help fight these life-threatening diseases by joining the Greater Maryland Heart Walk. Learn more and register to become a walker in the Oct. 8 event at the Maryland State Fairgrounds in Timonium.
Heart Conditions and Pregnancy: Knowing The Risks
If you have a heart condition, you'll need special care during pregnancy to keep a healthy heart and deliver a healthy baby. Watch this discussion with leaders of the Johns Hopkins Cardio-Obstetrics Program, featuring cardiologist Garima Sharma and maternal fetal medicine specialist Jason Vaught, and learn what you need to know about heart conditions and pregnancy.
Simple Cooking with Heart Kitchen
The American Heart Association’s Simple Cooking with Heart Kitchen offers hands-on, affordable cooking classes for individuals and groups. The AHA chef helps students prepare a heart-healthy main course with appropriate side dishes during a virtual class.
Go Red for Women: Red Chair Series
Heart Health at Johns Hopkins
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