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What Inspires You to Move More to Keep Your Heart Healthy?

Staying active can help keep your heart healthy. Get inspiration to from NHLBI’s Dr. Nicole Redmond.

Who Encourages You to Move More to Keep Your Heart Healthy?

Get inspired by Dr. Jeffries Leonard, past-president of The Links, Inc., a partner of The Heart Truth's Healthy Hearts Network.

Women and Heart Disease Prevention: The Heart Truth®

The powerful stories of these four women remind us that we have the power to take action to protect our heart health.

Heart Health Advice from Heart Attack Survivor Erika Perez

Learn about Erika Perez’s commitment to heart health after a massive heart attack.

Small Steps to Being Heart Healthy white Watch these short videos about small steps you can take to…

Small Steps to Being Heart Healthy

Watch these short videos about small steps you can take to help improve your heart health.

Small Steps for the Heart, #FromTheHeart: Be Physically

Learn small steps you can take to help you get at least 2 ½ hours of moderate-intensity physical activity every week.

Small Steps for the Heart, #FromTheHeart: Know Your Numbers

Knowing your blood pressure numbers can help you better understand your risk for heart disease.

Small Steps for the Heart, #FromTheHeart: De-stress with

Learn about a deep breathing exercise that may help lower your stress, and your risk for heart disease.

Quit Smoking to Keep your Heart Healthy

Going tobacco-free is a big move. Learn small steps you can take to quit, and visit SmokeFree.gov for helpful resources.

Make an Appointment to Talk with Your Doctor About Heart

Talk to your doctor your blood pressure, cholesterol, and blood glucose (sugar) numbers!

Get Enough Sleep to Protect Your Heart Health!

Get 7 to 8 hours of sleep a night to help keep your heart healthy!

Keep Sleeping or Go for a Walk? – #YourHeartFirst

What will you choose for a healthy heart? Physical activity, even 10 minutes at a time, is good for your heart health.

Eat Healthy for Your Heart!

Cooking healthy meals at home is better for your heart health than getting takeout!