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[KSTP-TV News, March 07, 2021]   Take Heart app helps Allina patients take heart health into their own hands
March 07, 2021
[KSTP-TV News, February 18, 2021]   'Heart in a Box' saves Minnesota man's life
February 18, 2021
[KSTP TV, August 03, 2020]   A $5 million donation from the Stuart Nolan family to the Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation, announced Monday, will help prevent heart attacks and strokes by funding cardiovascular disease prevention research and education.
August 03, 2020
[Star Tribune, May 31, 2020]   People with heart problems have been getting the wrong message about avoiding care during the COVID-19 pandemic & are at greater risk of dying as a result.
May 31, 2020
[US News & World Report, February 11, 2020]   You know that your heart is constantly pumping blood throughout your body. But most of the time, you're probably not paying attention to your heartbeat.
February 11, 2020
[KSTP TV, October 26, 2019]   Next month marks five years since 14-year-old Patrick Schoonover collapsed on the ice while competing in the Blue Ox Hockey Bantam AA tournament & died.
October 26, 2019
[KARE 11, June 13, 2019]   The death of Hollywood director John Singleton was a wake up call. His death was a reminder that black men are hit hard by high blood pressure. Read more.
June 13, 2019
[WCCO-TV, May 14, 2019]   Many women are missing the symptoms of a heart attack, which is one of the reasons why heart disease is the number one killer of American women. Dr. Elizabeth Grey , a preventative cardiologist with Allina Health's Minneapolis Heart Institute talked with WCCO News about those symptoms and why younger and younger women are suffering heart attacks.
May 14, 2019
[WCCO Radio, February 20, 2019]   Winter is harder on your heart than warm weather. The cold affects our circulatory system. But, it's shoveling snow that can bring on a heart attack.
February 20, 2019
[KARE 11, December 31, 2018]   A new study reveals women wait longer than men to call for help when they’re having a heart attack. Research shows delays could have deadly consequences.
December 31, 2018