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Heartline Study: Can this reduce the risk of strokes from atrial fibrillation?
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Mellanie True Hills -- Health and Productivity Expert -- StopAfib Mellanie True Hills -- Health and Productivity Expert -- StopAfib
For Immediate Release:
Dateline: Dallas , TX
Friday, August 14, 2020

 

The Heartline Study is being conducted by Johnson & Johnson and Apple to research heart health and determine if afib-related strokes can be reduced.

There is a role in the study for those with afib and for those without it.

Please consider joining the study and inviting your family members and friends who don’t have afib to do so as well. You may even earn monetary rewards for participating.

The study is open to those who are age 65 or more and are US residents. To participate, you will need an iPhone 6s or later and be on Original Medicare.

Learn more about the study and how to enroll here:

The Heartline Study is a virtual heart health research study for people 65+

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Name: Mellanie True Hills
Title: CEO
Group: StopAfib.org, American Foundation for Women's Health
Dateline: Greenwood, TX United States
Direct Phone: 940-466-9898
Main Phone: 9404669898
Cell Phone: 940-399-3010
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