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[2] In 2015, the American Heart Association officially endorsed the Tobacco 21 campaign, urging local, state and national governments to raise the tobacco and nicotine sales age from 18 to 21. [16] In 2018, it was announced that the American Heart Association has partnered with Charity Dynamics and Mitek to enable participants in their national youth market fundraising program to quickly and easily deposit check donations directly from their mobile phone. [17] Nancy Brown has been Chief Executive Officer since 2009. See a list of the Association's key staff and volunteer leaders at - about us. ( ) Elliott Antman, M.D., was president of the American Heart Association for its 2014–15 fiscal year . As president, Antman is chief volunteer scientific and medical of ficer, responsible for medical, scientific and public health matters. He is a professor of medicine and Associate Dean for Clinical/T ranslational Research at Harvard Medical School and a senior physician in the Cardiovascular Division of the Brigham and W omen's Hospital in Boston. Melania Trump was the Chairwoman for The American Heart Association's W est Palm Beach Heart Ball in 2010. [18] In 2012, singer-songwriter and actress Michelle Williams became an ambassador for the Power to End Stroke campaign. [15] Shahbudin Rahimtoola Chairman, Council on Clinical Cardiology Hypertension Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis, and Vascular Biology Stroke Circulation Circulation Research Journal of the American Heart Association: Cardiovascular and Cerebrovascular Disease Basic life support Advanced cardiac life support (ACLS) Automated external defibrillator (AED) American Heart Month AHA Paul "Bear" Bryant Awards Jump Rope for Heart, pictured in 2014. Volunteers with the 6th Squadron, 8th Cavalry Regiment assisted the students in celebrating the end of the school's fundraising event, "Jump Rope for Heart", to raise funds for the American Heart Association. Key people Publications Journals Standards See also References
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Official Website Go Red for Women Jessica De Vault Wears Red For a Cause, Go Red For Women Retrieved from " " 1. "History of the American Heart Association" ( rt-Association_UCM_308120_Article.jsp) . heart.org . Retrieved 11 March 2015. 2. "First guidelines issued to prevent stroke in women" ( t-stroke-in-women/) . CBS News. 3. "The Charities Americans Like Most And Least," The Chronicle of Philanthropy , December 13, 1996 and USA Today , December 20, 1994, "Charity begins with health", FINAL 01D 4. "President of the American Heart Association" ( 2632_Article.jsp#JohnWarner) . Heart.org . 5. Tye, Larry (1998). The Father of Spin: Edward L. Bernays & the Birth of Public Relations ( ooks?id=eWW4AAAAIAAJ&focus=searchwithinvolume&q=American+Heart+Association) . p. 74. ISBN 978-0-517- 70435-6 . 6. Kritchevsky, David (9 April 1997). History of Recommendations to the Public about Dietary Fat ( content/128/2/449S.full) . Experimental Biology 97, Evolution of Ideas about the Nutritional V alue of Dietary Fat. New Orleans, LA: American Society for Nutritional Science.
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