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Big Shot to play benefit concert for American Heart Association

Huntington - On May 18, the Billy Joel tribute band Big Shot will be performing at The Paramount in Huntington, New York, for a show that benefits the American Heart Association.

Op-Ed: Palmer Chiropractic ire to AHA's claim 'neck adjustments-stroke' Special

Davenport - This past August, the American Heart Association issued statements to the press wishing to raise awareness of the potential risks when having a "neck adjustment" done by a chiropractor or other complimentary medicine professionals.

Lack of national guidelines on AEDs puts Canadians at risk

Having a heart attack or going into cardiac arrest is something we all fear, but technology has given us the Automated External Defibrillator, or AED. A life saving device such as the AED should be readily available in most public places, but it's not.

New research: Older men — A long daily walk reduces stroke risk

New research is out about the health benefits of walking. To reduce the chances of suffering from a stroke, older men should increase their activity by taking long daily walks, not fast-paced power walking, according to the findings of a new study.

James Gandolfini's death raises important health questions

"You snooze you lose" is an adage with which we are all familiar. But scientists and medical researchers are proving with frightening examples tonight that it’s the people that don't snooze who are at greatest risk of losing something - their health.

Does owning a pet reduce heart disease risk?

Owning a pet appears to be associated with a lower risk of heart disease, according to the American Heart Association (AHA).

AHA says sex is safe for most heart and stroke patients

The American Heart Association (AHA) says that patients with stable heart diseases, with no symptoms doing routine daily activities, can have sex with little risks. A Loyola University cardiologist has also said that sex is no more strenuous than golf .

Soft drink makers fall flat on heart group's sugar guidelines

The American Heart Association says that sugary foods lead to heart disease and it offers recommendations on sugar consumption that get a strong response from soft drink manufacturers and sugar producers.

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Dr. Christine Goertz  D.C.  PhD  Vice Chancellor for Research and Health Policy at Palmer Chiropract...
Dr. Christine Goertz, D.C., PhD, Vice Chancellor for Research and Health Policy at Palmer Chiropractic College made an official presentation the following day on Aug. 8, the day after the American Heart Association's statements on the potential risk of stroke due to neck adjustments. She said in rebuttal..."there’s absolutely no research that shows a cause-and-effect relationship between chiropractic care and stroke,”
Courtesy of Palmer Chiropractic College

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