Thanks to everyone who participated in the 2019 Lawyers Have Heart 5K! We truly appreciate your time and support. This year, we raised more than $500,000 to improve the health of Greater Boston! Below are some of our favorite photos from this year’s event. To view the entire gallery, click here.
Lawyers Have Heart 5K: Photos from 2019 race
BOSTON — Students and lawmakers made a push at the State House on Tuesday for Massachusetts to ban the sale of almost all flavored tobacco and tobacco products, including mentholated cigarettes and some of the most popular vape products. Dozens of high school and college students who said the use of nicotine vapor products has
WORCESTER – Would you know what to do if you witnessed a cardiac emergency? Only about 46 percent of people who experience an out of hospital cardiac arrest receive the immediate help that they need before professional help arrives. Hands-Only CPR can change that and students in Central MA have been implementing the training at their
The American Heart Association is pleased to announce that Doug Alexander, CEO of Focus Technology Solutions in Burlington, will chair the 2019 Boston Heart Walk. Alexander, who co-chaired the 2018 Boston Heart Walk, is returning to lead an annual event that has been instrumental in innovative breakthroughs for more than 30 years. Since the inception
The American Heart Association is taking a new approach in the fight against childhood obesity, with help from the Aetna Foundation, by planting community vegetables gardens in Boston. On Thursday, Aetna employees volunteered their morning to plant a garden at Roxbury Tenants of Harvard, a non-profit organization that operates about 1,000 affordable housing units in
WORCESTER – The American Heart Association recognized a local survivor and volunteer with the Heart Hero Award at the 2019 Central Massachusetts Heart and Stroke Walk. on Saturday, March 11 at Quinsigamond State Park in Worcester, MA. Chrissy Gaffney, of Worcester, MA, was awarded the Heart Hero Award for her constant efforts to raise awareness
WORCESTER – Thousands will be walking for heart and brain health at the American Heart Association Central Massachusetts Heart and Stroke Walk on Saturday, May 11, at the DCR’s Quinsigamond State Park, Lake Park in Worcester. About one in three adults participate in NO leisure physical activity at all. At the Central MA Heart and
BOSTON – The American Heart Association is pleased to recognize Newton-Wellesley Hospital President Michael R. Jaff, DO, and Boston Scientific CEO Michael Mahoney, as the co-chairs of the 2019 Boston Heart and Stroke Ball. As co-chairs of this annual campaign, Jaff and Mahoney are making a lasting health impact not only in Greater Boston, but
WORCESTER – The 2019 Central Massachusetts Heart Walk raises funds to save lives from this country’s No. 1 and No. 5 killers – heart disease and stroke. By participating in the Heart Walk, you’re joining a million Heart Walk Heroes from across the nation who are raising funds for lifesaving science. Science that can teach
BOSTON – Marvin A. Konstam, MD, one of the nation’s leading cardiovascular physicians, will be honored at the 2019 Boston Heart and Stroke Ball with one of the American Heart Association’s highest honors. Dr. Konstam will receive the Paul Dudley White Award during the annual gala held on May 4 at the Westin Boston Waterfront.