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[KSTP-TV News, May 10, 2022]   Groundbreaking technology that will change how heart transplants are done nationwide has now received approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. News of FDA approval has researchers involved in the clinical trials elated.
May 10, 2022
[KSTP-TV News, April 04, 2022]   Study: Vaccinated COVID-19 patients less likely to die of heart attacks
April 04, 2022
[WCCO-TV News, February 15, 2022]   February is American Heart Month. It's also Black History Month. It's a reminder that Black Americans are 40% more likely to suffer from heart disease compared to White Americans.
February 15, 2022
[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
[Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal, November 26, 2019]   The Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation plans to create the world's "foremost" research hub on women's cardiovascular health. Learn more.
November 26, 2019
[Mankato Free Press, October 25, 2018]   New Ulm’s project addressing heart health earned national recognition giving stakeholders hope it could lead other communities to pursue similar projects.
October 25, 2018
[Brainerd Dispatch, August 19, 2017]   A local medical research study may soon yield new knowledge about a relatively unknown form of heart disease. The Minneapolis Heart Institute's Baxter location will be the nexus of a planned research project tracking pulmonary hypertension.
September 05, 2017
[The Journal, July 21, 2017]   The Heart of New Ulm Project’s Food Environment Action Team, accompanied by the director of the MN Food Charter Network, participated in a tour of various New Ulm food venues on July 19. Read more at .
July 21, 2017
[KARE 11, April 12, 2017]   A new study shows that most people who had suffered a heart attack had normal cholesterol levels. The Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation authored the report that reviewed more than a thousand Minnesota heart attack patients.
April 12, 2017