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ICYMI: HGF to Improve Health Outcomes in Boston with $5000 Grant from CVS Health

BOSTON, JANUARY 2022 – The Heart of a Giant Foundation today announced it has been awarded a $5,000 grant from CVS Health, which will help reduce overall health care costs, and improve health outcomes for the most vulnerable residents in the Dorchester, Mattapan and Brockton communities. Through this grant, HGF will be able to provide health education and nursing support to participants in the 2HC program.

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Nutrition on a Budget | 5 Best Money Saving Tips

Fad diets are out, health and wellness are in. Nowadays, people are losing interest in quick-fix solutions to living a healthier life. An increasing number of people are investing in a complete lifestyle change. A change that promises longevity, all while feeling great. However, a big part of a lifestyle switch up is changing your relationship with food and for many, nutritious food can be expensive.

California tour (June 2019)

Hi Friends: In the words of Gary, of Sutter Medical Center – ‘the Bouba story received a generous amount of coverage from the media throughout the Central Valley.

The Sacramento Bee had the story on its website. Read it here.

The print edition of The Bee teased the story on the top front, above the masthead, with the headline: “Man whose heart nearly failed gives thanks to Sutter doctors.

​All of The Sacramento Bee’s sister newspapers in the Valley – Fresno Bee, Modesto Bee, Merced Sun-Star, as well as the Tribune of San Luis Obispo – carried the story for a total reach of more than 1.9 million readers. TV clips and photos of the coverage are shown below.

KCRA-NBC-3 ran a longer feature that includes quotes from both Dr. Krishnan and me. It ran three times for a Nielsen audience of 175,000.

KTXL-FOX-40’s story ran twice that night for a Nielsen audience of 75,000.

Here is how the story looked in Sacramento Bee, the morning after.

Newspaper extracts – June 2019 in CA