Join us for National Wear Red Day!
Join us on National Wear Red Day (February 3) to raise awareness of heart disease and encourage colleagues, family members, and friends to do the same. Heart disease is preventable and in some cases reversible. Learn more about how to live a heart healthy lifestyle.
Protect Your Health With A Heart-Healthy Lifestyle
Did you know lifestyle changes such as heart-healthy eating, aiming for a healthy weight, managing stress, being physically active, and quitting smoking can help you prevent and control heart and other cardiovascular diseases? Explore our new English and Spanish Heart-Healthy Lifestyle Changes Health Topic for more information and tips to help you protect your health.
Charting the future together with the NHLBI Strategic Vision
The NHLBI Strategic Vision will shape scientific research priorities for the Institute and guide future funding strategies in heart, lung, blood and sleep research over the next decade. Check out the Vision here.
Learn More About LAM
LAM, or lymphangioleiomyomatosis, is a rare lung disease that mostly affects women of childbearing age. Explore our newly updated LAM Health Topic Page to learn more about the disease, our role in research and clinical trials to improve health, and where to find more information.