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The American Heart Association (AHA) isn’t just a charity, it’s a dynamic organization dedicated to the pioneering technology that helps scientists develop treatments for heart-related conditions. The AHA is dedicated to improving health and wellbeing as well as funding breakthrough cardiovascular and stroke research.
In addition to their research, the organization also offers CPR training and educational services that save lives. Because of its mass impact and reach, the AHA has been awarded the Nobel Prize an astounding 13 times for its work in the field of heart health and education. Now more than ever, it needs the help of businesses and individuals to help save the lives of children and adults across the world.
According to the Center for Disease Control, a shocking one in four people will die from a heart-related disease. That equals about 610,000 people per year in the United States alone. These statistics are consistent among both men and women, proving the disease’s widespread reach.
Sports entertainment has experienced many exciting changes over the past decade. The advent of streaming services means that sports fans can watch their games wherever they are, using a smartphone, tablet, or computer.
The idea of watching sporting events is still very much a prominent pastime for America. Whether it’s football, baseball, hockey, soccer, golf, or one of many other particular sports, fans are passionate and remain adamantly loyal in their viewing of games. It goes without saying that these fans are always looking for the best way to watch the game, and as technology has evolved, their options have vastly improved. Lindsay Guion, the Founder and CEO of GUION PARTNERS, has some thoughts regarding how streaming technology has impacted sports.
Sports entertainment in America has a long and storied history. Beginning with the earliest professional leagues like Major League Baseball, the ways in which people enjoy watching sports have changed a great deal over the past century.
If you are an avid fan of watching high-performance athletes put their bodies — and sometimes their careers — on the line to get an extra inch of territory, which is often the difference between victory or defeat, then you should be an ardent fan of both American football and rugby.
Basketball reigns supreme as one of the worlds most watched sports. In fact, Bloomberg reports that in China, the NBA is six times more popular than the three largest European soccer leagues combined.
Even in countries where basketball does not (yet) rank number one on the popularity chart, it is without question a massive part of both the participation and spectator sports landscape, with Sportsshow.net estimating 2.2 billion basketball fans around the globe.