Summer is a great time for taking a road trip. But road trips can also mean unhealthy snacks, fast food stops and long periods of sitting still. So, is it possible to stay healthy on the go? With a few tweaks to your packing and planning, any road trip can be more active! Check out
Blog written by Monique Wilson, Vice President for Community Impact, Diversity & Inclusion for the American Heart Association. Got a business idea for improving your community’s health? Imagine using an app to help you recover after a hospital stay. Or one that shows you how to save food destined for a landfill. Every day, clever people
On a Monday night in December, just three weeks before Christmas, hundreds of people filled McVinney Auditorium in downtown Providence. The famed Vienna Boys Choir was performing. With their angelic voices, seasonal holiday songs and Christmas hymns, the musical ensemble drew a large crowd on December 3rd, 2018. Concert-goers entered the auditorium, found their seats
The American Heart Association, Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island (@BCBSRI) and the Rhode Island Foundation were happy to sponsor the 2019 Rhode Island PE & Me Contest! The contest invites all students from across Rhode Island in grades K-5 to design a postcard that shows what they
((L) Dr. Mahesh Jayaraman, Neurointerventional Radiologist, Rhode Island Medical Imaging and (R) Siobhain Sullivan, co-executive director, Rhode Island Medical Imaging forming the letter “A” to spell out the F.A.S.T stroke awareness acronym.) Standing five feet tall, three feet wide and bright red, our new stroke awareness F.A.S.T. campaign could stop traffic. And that’s the point.