Workout at Home with these Tips and ResourcesWhile the coronavirus (COVID-19) may have changed our schedules, it doesn’t have to change our commitment to living a healthy lifestyle.
Dallas Teacher Learns Tough Lesson in Heart HealthThere's nothing worse than a broken heart, especially the one inside our bodies.
February Marks 56th Consecutive American Heart MonthThe first Friday of the month, Feb. 7, is National Wear Red Day. Coast to coast, landmarks, news anchors and neighborhoods will go red to raise awareness and support for heart disease.
Interactive Tool Helps To Understand Blood PressureThe American Heart Association wants you to check your blood pressure, and know what the numbers mean.
5 Simple Strategies For Healthier HolidaysNourishing yourself is smart for your heart and an effective way to take control of your health during the holidays. During Eat Smart Month this November, the American Heart Association, the leading voluntary health organization devoted to a world of longer, healthier lives, offers its latest recipes and science-backed tips to help you be Healthy for Good™.
Learn How to Save a Life with Hands-Only CPREach year, more than 350,000 out-of-hospital cardiac arrests occur in the United States. When a person has a cardiac arrest, survival depends on immediately receiving CPR from someone nearby. CPR, especially if performed immediately, can triple a cardiac arrest victim’s chance of survival.
American Stroke Association Shares Seven Habits to Prevent StrokeSomeone in the United States has a stroke every 40 seconds. May is American Stroke Month and the American Stroke Association, a division of the American Heart Association, is encouraging Americans to actively take steps to decrease stroke risks.
South Dallas Barbers Build Bridge To Better HealthA cooperative effort between CitySquare and Baylor Scott & White looks to use the barbershop as a bridge to better health in the communities they serve.
New Exercise Guidelines: Move More, Sit Less, Start YoungerMove more, sit less and get kids active as young as age 3, say new federal guidelines that stress that any amount and any type of exercise helps health.
'Go Red For Women' Raises Awareness & Sends A WarningThe annual effort from the American Heart Association aims to raise awareness and dispel the myth that women need not worry.
Regular Exercise Can Take Away 'Years Of Damage' From Laziness And Doing Nothing, Study SaysA new study has revealed that the statement 'it's never too late to get in shape' actually does hold water after all.
Study Suggests Women Less Likely To Get CPR From BystandersWomen are less likely than men to get CPR from a bystander, a new study suggested, and researchers think that reluctance to touch a woman's chest might be one reason.
It's Not All In The Genes: Clean Living Can Cut Heart RisksClean living can slash your risk for heart disease even if your genes are heavily stacked against you. A large study finds that people with the most inherited risk cut their chances if they didn't smoke, ate well, exercised and stayed slim.
FWISD Hoping Apples Lead To Healthy Eating HabitsThousands of students in the FWISD will be handed a special treat at lunch on Wednesday to encourage healthy eating habits. They are putting away the leftover Halloween candy and picking up apples.
American Heart Association Launches Campaign To Bring Awareness To Heart AttacksThousands of people have heart attacks each year in North Texas, but fewer than half call 911 for help.