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Work It Out

Exercise. Love it or loathe it, it’s one of the number one ways of keeping our hearts healthy.  At age 16, I suffered a massive heart attack from a blood clot, but the fact that I was co-captain of my school tennis team and in good physical shape is one of the reasons I was […]

Heart Healthy and Delicious Fall Recipe!

There’s nothing like a great chili to kick-off the Fall season as the temperatures begin to cool.

Striped Sea Bass Stuffed with Lemons, Bay Leaves, and Thyme

Read our latest food blog from our guest writer, Renee Cherkezian. “It is not easy to find a meal that is fast to make, healthy, and tastes absolutely divine. Given my passion for food and cooking, as well as, my background in medicine, and nutrition, part of my mission is to ‘dazzle’ the simple foods, in a subtle, savory, and yet healthy way”.

Spring Gala – May 22, 2012

We hope you will join us at the 2012 Harboring Hearts Spring Gala to be held on Tuesday, May 22, 2012 at the Rubin Museum of Art in New York City. This year, Harboring Hearts is thrilled to honor Dr. Yoshifumi Naka, Cardiothoracic Surgeon at New York Presbyterian and Associate Professor at Columbia University College of […]

Magic in the Kitchen

Have you ever been to a magic show? The only time I’ve ever been to an actual sit-down magic show in all its glory was when I was about eight or nine years old. It was held in the gym of an elementary school, and (if I remember correctly) I went with my friend and her family.

Heart-Healthy Expo

You are invited to our fabulous Heart-Healthy Expo on Tuesday, February 21st from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at Lolë (24 Hubert Street)! Please join us for some red wine, dark chocolate, and other heart-healthy treats, as well as a cardio fitness demo by Rogue Female Fitness. You will also get a chance to shop Lolë’s collection (20% […]

My first “Meatless Monday” experience

Read about Yuki Kotani’s first attempt at “Meatless Monday”. Meatless Monday is a NPO in association with John Hopkin’s Bloomberg School of Public Health. Their mission is, “to help [us] reduce [our] meat consumption by 15% in order to improve [our] personal health and the health of the planet”. They accomplish this initiative by encouraging others to remove meat from their diet for just one day a week.

Food Blog – Giving Thanks

As we approach Thanksgiving, there is much that Harboring Hearts and I are thankful for. Most importantly, our community of supporters and beneficiaries that constantly remind us of the strength of the human spirit and its ability to be compassionate towards others. Thank you for being part of our heart community.