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Measure Up-Pressure Down!

May 1, 2015

Measure Up/Pressure Down The National Day of Action: Roll up Your Sleeves campaign is taking place Thursday, May 7, 2015. Commit to take action to support blood pressure control and share your activity with the campaign! You can find more information and resources on their National Day of Action Toolkit.

New Billboard Graphic Urges Smoking Cessation

There is a new tool in the Partner Toolkit from Million Hearts (R) Delaware: A billboard graphic! Available in both pdf and jpg formats, partners can feel free to use the image to encourage Delaware to quit smoking today!

New Tools Added to Site

New Tools Added for 2014! Check out some new tools added to the provider and partner toolkits this year:   Provider toolkit Partner toolkit MHD FocusonABCSFlyer jw Million Hearts ABCS Smoking Cessation flyer FINAL jw Sep 2014 Million Hearts ABCS Smoking Cessation flyer 5 A’s FINAL jw Sep 2014 Million Hearts ABCS Blood Pressure Lifestyle… Read More ›

Million Hearts DE highlighted at Wilmington Wellness Day

Christiana Care and Million Hearts DE provided information about how to prevent heart disease and stroke to hundreds of attendees at Wilmington Wellness Day. For more information read the article.

Partner Spotlight: Nanticoke Health Services

Our Million Hearts Delaware Partners at Nanticoke Health Services have been busy over the past year educating the community about cardiovascular disease risks. Their activities included Million Hearts screenings in the hospital lobby during heart month to a cholesterol screening in Seaford and the 2nd annual Heart of Good Health 2014 health fair held in… Read More ›

Empowering our Sisters

Empowering our Sisters: Our Journey to Wellness Saturday May 3, 2014 8:30am John H. Ammon Medical Education Center at Christiana Hospital (Newark, DE) There is no cost to attend but RSVP is requested. Stop by an visit the Million Hearts Delaware exhibit table!

Dance Your Heart Out

Join us on Thursday March 20th from 4:30-8pm. To register call: 800-693-CARE (2273) or

Go Red for Women: 10 Ways to Go Red This February

10 Ways to Go Red This February  by Nora Bass (from the Go RED for Women website: Go Red For Women wants to remind you of some easy ways you can Go Red this year. What does it mean to Go Red? It means supporting women just like you in the fight against heart disease,… Read More ›

Million Hearts DE wins Focus on Excellence Award!

On January 9, 2014 Million Hearts DE won the Community Service- Silver Focus on Excellence Award from Christiana Care Health System!

Trans Fats

FDA announces tentative determination on safety of partially hydrogenated oils. Consumption of artificial partially hydrogenated oils (trans fat) in the United States remains a public health concern. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that eliminating artificial trans fat from processed foods could prevent 20,000 heart attacks and 7,000 heart-related deaths each year…. Read More ›

Million Hearts® Delaware Founding Partners

Christiana Care Health System
Delaware Center for Health Promotion at Delaware State University
Delaware Academy of Family Physicians
Delaware Academy of Medicine
Delaware Chapters of the American Heart Association
Delaware Greenways
Delaware Healthcare Association
Medical Society of Delaware
Nemours Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children
Quality Insights of Delaware
American College of Cardiology - Delaware
State of Delaware, Division of Public Health

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Million Hearts DE is supported by a grant from Christiana Care Health System.

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