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QUEENS TEACHER DYES HAIR BLUE FOR KIDS’ HEART CHALLENGE

Second grader becomes heart hero and develops top fundraiser Danielle Hnath loves dreaming up creative ways to challenge her students. The physical education teacher at P.S. 193Q Alfred J. Kennedy School in Whitestone, she is dedicated to helping her more than 500 students adopt a healthy lifestyle that includes getting plenty of exercise, learning about nutrition

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STEM GOES RED SEEKS TO CLOSE GENDER GAP IN STEM FIELDS

Bipasha Ray is not your typical 10th-grader. She spends her summers in India and Nepal spreading awareness about heart health and helping diagnose rural children with rheumatic heart disease. She’s a trailblazer! Last November, she became one of the youngest presenters in the history of the American Heart Association’s Scientific Sessions. On April 5, Bipasha

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CYCLENATION RETURNS TO IGNITE A HEALTH REVOLUTION IN NYC

The American Stroke Association, a division of the American Heart Association, will host its second-annual CycleNation on Thursday, March 28, 2019 from the top of One World Trade Center. This year, David Langer, MD, Chair of the Department of Neurosurgery, Lenox Hill Hospital Northwell Health, will serve as Chair of this stroke-centric event. “My father