Pittsburgh Heart Walk takes to the streets
American Heart Association supporters hit their stride during the 2012 Pittsburgh Heart Walk that started at Heinz Field on the North Side on Saturday. The event including a kids' zone and information booths, and raises funds for the association and celebrates progress in the fight against heart disease and stroke.
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