Learn the facts about heart conditions and stroke so you can increase your confidence in making changes to improve and maintain your health.
Resisting all the party foods, treats and drinks is your biggest holiday challenge?
We’ve got you! You can celebrate and enjoy your favorites without going overboard with our Holiday Healthy Eating Guide.
Keeping your stress level down to a dull roar is your biggest holiday challenge?
Take a breath and check out our tips for surviving the holi-daze.
Having the energy to exercise is your biggest holiday challenge?
The busyness of the holidays can zap your energy. Here’s how to stay energized so you can stay active.
Getting enough sleep is your biggest holiday challenge?
Stay rested and ready for holiday fun with our sleep tips.
Focusing on the present instead of presents is your biggest holiday challenge?
Gratitude is the key. In this season of giving thanks, our gratitude challenge can keep you grounded.
We're here for caregivers
Resources for those caring for loved ones dealing with cardiovascular disease.
Heart attack warning signs
Some heart attacks come on slowly. Know the warning signs, and when to call 911.
Heart Insight magazine
Our digital magazine delivers Information, inspiration and the latest news for your best heart health.
Get support. Or offer it. Make a connection. For life.
Facing heart disease or stroke or caring for someone who is? Get encouragement and offer guidance during challenging times. Visit our Support Network.
Are you getting a flu shot this year?
Glad to hear it! The sooner you get your flu shot, the sooner you’ll be protected. Getting vaccinated can help stop the flu from spreading in your family and in your community. That’s critical — because the flu can lead to serious complications for children, seniors, pregnant women and people with heart disease, diabetes and lung disease. Get a flu shot every year — and encourage others to follow your lead.
We hope you’ll think twice. Getting the flu is worse than having a bad cold. Did you know that it can lead to serious complications for children, seniors, pregnant women and people with heart disease, diabetes and lung disease? It can also lead to hospitalization, an increased risk of heart attack or stroke, and even death. Getting vaccinated protects you, your family and your community. Please reconsider your decision and talk to your doctor or health care provider.