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5/7/2015 Roll Up Your Sleeves! Health Expo to Educate and Empower D.C. Community May 9

The American Medical Group Foundation’s (AMGF) Measure Up/Pressure Down® national high blood pressure campaign will host the Roll Up Your Sleeves! Health Expo Saturday, May 9, from 1 to 4 p.m. in Washington, D.C. The free event will feature health and fitness celebrities, fitness classes, cooking demonstrations, blood pressure screenings, door prizes, giveaways and more.

2/5/2015 American Medical Group Foundation Receives $150,000 Grant from United Health Foundation to Address High Blood Pressure in Washington, D.C., Metropolitan Area

The American Medical Group Foundation (AMGF) has been awarded a $150,000 grant over 12 months by United Health Foundation to help support its national Measure Up/Pressure Down® high blood pressure campaign.

2/3/2011 UnitedHealth Group Offers New Online Tools, Resources to Help Consumers Take Control of Their Heart Health

(Feb, 3, 2011) – Heart disease is America’s No. 1 killer, claiming one life every 39 seconds, according to the American Heart Association.

9/13/2011 UnitedHealth Group Joins "Million Hearts Initiative," Public/Private Partnership Spearheaded by Key Federal Health Agencies

(Sept. 13, 2011) - UnitedHealth Group announced it is supporting the “Million Hearts Initiative,” a public/private partnership whose goal is to prevent 1 million heart attacks and strokes over the next five years.

2/13/2012 UnitedHealthcare and Woman’s Day Magazine Encourage Americans to Become "Heart Heroes"

(Feb. 13, 2012) – UnitedHealthcare and Woman’s Day magazine are celebrating American Heart Month in February by encouraging Americans to pledge to “Be a Heart Hero” and learn how to maintain a healthy heart and lifestyle.

8/18/2010 UnitedHealthcare Commits $1.95 Million to the American Heart Association to Help Get People Walking

(Aug. 18, 2010) - UnitedHealthcare is committing $1.95 million over three years to the American Heart Association to help establish walking paths throughout the country, with a goal of 150 new paths in the first year.

11/11/2010 American Heart Association’s Revamped Start! Walking Paths Website Helps Walkers Stay on Track and Improve Their Health

(Nov. 11, 2010) — The American Heart Association’s revamped Walking Paths website now has more information on walking paths, additional health tools, and social-networking opportunities to help walkers stay on track and motivate people to improve their health and well-being.

9/11/2017 American Heart Association Announces 2017 "Real People. Real Change." Award Winners

Seven central Indiana residents were selected as winners of the American Heart Association's "Real People. Real Change." program sponsored by UnitedHealthcare. The winners were recognized for living healthier lives and inspiring others.