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The Hope Heart Institute in the News and Media

The Hope Heart Institute is committed to sharing its mission of beating heart disease through research, education and prevention programs. Community outreach, through media and community events, are some of the avenues for getting heart healthy information to the public.

For more information about The Hope Heart Institute or if you are a media group interested in a story about The Hope, please contact Lori Meyers, lmeyers@hopeheart.org, 425-456-8706.

Radio Disney AM 1250 Broadcast Sessions

First Broadcast: July 28, 2013 - 6:30AM
Eat 5 fruits and veggies every day! Have you ever wanted to play harder or learn better? Good nutrition starts with picking lots of color – orange carrots, green broccoli, and purple plums. Fruits and veggies are super foods full of vitamins and minerals that help your heart and body function best. EAT SMART, so you can PLAY HARDER and LEARN BETTER.
Second Boradcast: August 4, 2013 - 6:30AM
Be active an hour a day! Tips and ideas for getting the whole family moving!
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Public Service Announcement by June Daugherty, WSU Women's Basketball Coach

The Heart of The Hope: A video summary of the Hope's work.

The Shocking Truth: A special 30-minute television show, is airing on Seattle Community Colleges Television.  Hosted by Emmy-winning reporter John Sharify, the show tells compelling and deeply emotional stories of four cardiac arrest survivors, including the incredible twist of fate that brought June Daugherty and Kayla Burt even closer together.   The show also highlights Hope Heart Board member Tracey Conway's story, and a local heart patient.  Dr. Jeffrey Fowler of The Hope's Clinical Research Program outlines the risk factors and life saving information each of us should know about cardiac arrest. View it now.

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