over 5 years ago

Announcing the winners

We’re thrilled to announce the winners of Million Hearts™ Caregiver Video Challenge.

View all the winners in the Gallery.

Thanks again to everyone who participated and made the challenge a great success!

The Million Hearts™ Caregiver Video Challenge team

almost 6 years ago

One week left to enter your submission in the Million Hearts Caregiver Video Challenge!

There is still plenty of time to submit videos to this contest. You have until 5 pm EST next Friday, August 31 to enter a submission. But don’t wait until the last minute to submit! We will review the submissions as they come in and let you know if any changes are needed to get your video ready for judging. Remember that all videos must:
- include a description of how the caregiver contributes to another person’s heart health
- provide helpful tips related to high blood pressure prevention or control
- direct people to Million Hearts’ website: millionhearts.hhs.gov and

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almost 6 years ago

Two Weeks Left in the Million Hearts™ Caregiver Video Challenge!

You have two weeks to get your video submission in for the Million Hearts™ Caregiver Video Challenge and show us how you play a role in helping your loved one be heart healthy! As a family caregiver you know how important it is to prevent and control high blood pressure and you probably have some great tips on how to do that. Whether it’s encouraging your loved one to reduce the sodium in their diet or setting up a system to remind them to take their medications as directed, you are a special person in their life and you have…

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almost 6 years ago

Countdown to August 31

There is just one month left in the Million Hearts™ Caregiver Video Challenge. It’s not too late to enter­- start shooting your video today!

Only two minutes of video or less will put you in the running for one of these prizes:

  •  1st place: $500

  •  2nd place: $250

  •  3rd place: $250

Quick-Start Guide

1.       Get inspired: read up on ways to prevent or control heart disease and stroke and check out these stories of how others have been affected.

2.       Get organized: write out a script of what you’ll say/show in your video.

3.       Get your family and friends

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