Trusted Resources

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It’s important that you stay in the know when it comes to heart health. These trusted resources provide information to help you learn more.

American Heart Association
The American Heart Association (AHA), a nonprofit, voluntary health agency, is dedicated to the reduction of death and disability from cardiovascular diseases, including heart disease and stroke.

American Stroke Association
The American Stroke Association offers support and information for stroke patients, their families, and caregivers.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Your online source for credible health information.

The Mayo Clinic
Mayo Clinic offers award-winning medical and health information and tools for healthy living.

Health information from the National Library of Medicine provides easy access to Medline and health topics, medical dictionaries, directories, and publications.

The National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute
Information for professionals and the general public about heart and vascular diseases, lung diseases, blood diseases, and sleep disorders.

National Coalition for Women with Heart Disease
WomenHeart is the only national organization dedicated to promoting women’s heart health through advocacy, education, and patient support.

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