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Stroke Awareness Month

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American Stroke Month

Strokes can happen to anyone, at any age. Having a stroke puts you at higher risk for a second one. Learn the f.a.s.t. warning signs of stroke and know your risk factors. Together, we can be a bold advocate for ourselves and others.

A Century of Cardiology Progress

While the AHA began as a small medical association, it’s now, well, everywhere. The dedication of millions of volunteers and supporters has resulted in healthier lives wherever you turn: the grocery store, restaurants, airplanes, communities and, of course, in hospitals and doctor’s offices.

The F.A.S.T. Experience

In this interactive environment, you’ll learn what the warning signs of stroke might look, feel and/or sound like.

Learn to Act F.A.S.T.

A colorful illustration of a pink brain character with each arm around a cardboard box in a park setting

Don’t Drop the Beat

music notes 125x150 optThe American Heart Association has teamed up with the Elevance Health Foundation to teach Americans how to perform Hands-Only CPR. All songs in our 'Don't Drop the Beat' playlist and Elevance Health Foundation Station are between 100 - 120 beats per minute, the same rate at which you should perform compressions when administering CPR.

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Take Damar Hamlin’s #3forHeart™ CPR Challenge

CPR saves lives. Be the beat by joining Damar's simple CPR challenge to help save lives today.
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