- Aim for a Healthy Weight
- Angina (Health Topics)
- Atherosclerosis (Health Topics)
- Cardiovascular Information for the Public
- Coronary Heart Disease (Health Topics)
- Coronary Heart Disease Risk Factors (Health Topics)
- DASH Eating Plan (Health Topics)
- Heart Attack (Health Topics)
- Heart Disease in Women (Health Topics)
- Keep the Beat™ Deliciously Healthy Eating
- Physical Activity and Your Heart (Health Topics)
- Smoking and Your Heart (Health Topics)
- "The Healthy Heart Handbook for Women"
- The Heart Truth® for Women Campaign
- Women's Health Initiative
- "Your Guide to a Healthy Heart"
- "Your Guide to Living Well With Heart Disease"
- "Your Guide to Lowering Your Blood Pressure With DASH"
- "Your Guide to Lowering Your Cholesterol With TLC"
- "Your Guide to Physical Activity and Your Heart"
- Coronary Microvascular Disease (MedlinePlus)
- Clinical Trials (Health Topics)
- Current Research (ClinicalTrials.gov)
- NHLBI Clinical Trials
- NIH Clinical Research Trials and You (National Institutes of Health)
- ResearchMatch (funded by the National Institutes of Health)
™ Keep the Beat is a trademark of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).
® The Heart Truth is a registered trademark of HHS.
Celebrating American Heart Month: NIH Advancing Heart Research02/07/2014
More than 100 members of the NIH community gathered at the NIH Clinical Center in Bethesda, MD, to raise awareness about women and heart disease. The crowd formed a giant human heart in honor of National Wear Red Day, which takes place each year on the first Friday of February. Speakers at the event included Dr. Francis Collins, director of the NIH; Dr. Gary H. Gibbons, director of the NHLBI; Dr. Griffin Rodgers, director of the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases; Dr. Janine Clayton, director of the NIH Office of Research on Women's Health; and Dr. John Gallin, director of the NIH Clinical Center. For more information about heart disease, visit the NHLBI web site. If you share this video on Twitter, please use #NationalWearRedDay.