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National Walking Day Is Wednesday

It's time to lace up your sneakers and start walking.

The American Heart Association's "National Walking Day" is this Wednesday.

Linda Lane of the Heart Association says an event will be held at the New Hartford S

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WIBX/Slocum Dickson Medical Group Heart Radiothon Presents It’s 5th Annual “Dance For The Heart Of It”

Other than the Heart Radiothon, WIBX helps fund raise for the American Heart Association all year long. One other event we help out with is the "Dance For The Heart Of It". You can join us March 16th at the Utica Maennerchor in Marcy to learn some new dance moves and help raise money at the same time.

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The Best Tweets from Heart Weekend in Central New York

Heart Weekend is here in Central New York with the WIBX Heart radiothon and America's Greatest Heart Run and Walk.  Now, more than ever, the event is also happening on social media.  Here are some of the top tweets from Hea

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Zach Lewis, Townsquare Media
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Heart Run And Walk Weekend Is Here

 

America's Greatest Heart Run and Walk Weekend is here.

The "My Heart, My Life" Expo is taking place today at Utica College from 9:00 to 9:00.

Tomorrow, 9,000 people are expected to take part in America's Greatest Heart Run and Walk.

T

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Peter Macdiarmid, Getty Images
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American Heart Association Research Milestones – 2000s

2000s Research Milestones

2003: Dr. Peter Agre is awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his discovery of aquaporins, proteins that govern the movement of water in and out of cells. Dr. Agre received American Heart

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Paula Bronstein, Getty Images
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American Heart Association Research Milestones – 1990s

1990s Research Milestones

1990: Dr. John Clements, an AHA Career Investigator since 1964, receives U.S. Food and Drug Administration approval for an artificial surfactant called Exosurf Neonatal, which counteracts Respiratory Distress Syndrome, a common cause of death for premature infants.

Dr. Andrew R. Marks' earlier

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Scott Olson, Getty Images
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American Heart Association Research Milestones – 1980s

1980s Research Milestones

1985: Drs. Joseph Goldstein and Michael Brown, sponsored by the AHA in 1972, 1973 and 1975, are awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for their research on the role of low-density lipoprotein receptors in controlling blood cholesterol levels. Their research provides new insi

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Adam Berry, Getty Images
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American Heart Association Research Milestones – 1970s

1970s Research Milestones

1971: Dr. Earl Sutherland is awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for identifying cyclic AMP as the intra-cellular messenger. In 1967 he had received a Career

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Zach Lewis, Townsquare Media
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Still Time To Register For This Year’s “America’s Greatest Heart Run & Walk”

Time is running out to join this year's America's Greatest Heart Run & Walk at Utica College.

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Justin Sullivan, Getty Images
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American Heart Association Research Milestones – 1960′s

 

1960s Research Milestones

1960: Dr. William Chardack reports surgery for a completely implanted pacemaker. He is funded by the Erie County Division of the New York State Affiliate.

Dr. Albert Starr performs the firs

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