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Ohio Valley Heart Walk Is Set

Editor, News-Register:

Over the past year, the Ohio Valley has prioritized health more than ever. Our community has rallied around healthy habits by prioritizing mental and physical health.

Now is the time to renew that commitment to health. Cardiovascular disease, including stroke, remains the No. 1 killer of Americans. We need to meet that challenge with the same vigor to better prevent, diagnose and treat heart disease and stroke so that fewer people suffer and die.

Improving health is a long-term plan and what we do as a community today builds a future and a legacy for the Ohio Valley. When you support and participate in the Ohio Valley Heart Walk, you are helping to ensure that more cardiovascular research is funded, more hospitals administer the highest standards of care and that fewer people become a statistic.

Walk with us on Sept. 29th on our path at Wheeling Park or a path that inspires you. With every step you take and every dollar you raise, you are a part of the solution for a world of longer, healthier lives.

The American Heart Association’s top priority is the health and well-being of individuals and their families today and in the future, in every community, from here to everywhere. So, let’s keep the momentum going as we continue to prioritize the health of the Ohio Valley. For more information, please visit www2.heart.org/ohiovalley.

Dr. Mike Campsey

Chair, Ohio Valley Heart Walk

Cardiology Director of WVU Heart & Vascular

Northern Regional Director of the WVU HVI

Chief of Cardiology of WVU Medicine

Wheeling Hospital HVI



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