Over 1000 articles and resources to help adults and children better understand the effects of heart disease and the need for heart disease prevention.
Download the free THI App to stay up to date on the latest heart topics, news, features, videos, and events.
The Free THI app includes detailed information that has been prepared by the Texas Heart Institute’s professional staff members.
Health Risk Tools
Learn more about the most critical numbers that impact your health and help your doctor access your risk for both heart disease and stroke, including Body Mass Index (BMI) blood pressure, cholesterol, and more.
Learn more about clinical trials and opportunities to help advance the science of medicine and advance new therapies for cardiovascular disease.
Women’s Heart Health
Over 40 current health topics and resources to help women learn about their risks of heart disease and encourage them to take ownership of their cardiovascular health by living a heart-healthy lifestyle.
Heart Health Resources for Kids & Teachers
Find fun heart-healthy resources for teachers and students that include elementary lesson plans, teacher worksheets, and educational games.
Frequently Asked Patient Questions
A searchable tool provides answers to thousands of commonly asked questions by patients.
Available in English and Spanish
The Texas Heart Institute (THI) will host its eighteenth fun run on Saturday, October 31, 2020 in Houston, Texas. The Texas Heart Fun Run will unite the community to promote cardiovascular health through exercise and raise awareness about the importance of taking care of your heart. Festivities include a 5K Run, 5K Fun Run/Walk, Kids Walk, wheelchair race and a post-race party with a live band, great food and beverages, and the famous costume contests for kids.. and adults! Learn More and Register
THI researchers conduct clinical trials to test the safety and efficacy of potential new devices, techniques and therapies to treat cardiovascular issues. Learn More
Review extensive educational information about heart health and the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of heart disease that has been prepared by the Texas Heart Institute staff in our Heart Information Center
Created to help educate women about their true risks of heart disease and to encourage them to take ownership of their cardiovascular health by living a heart-healthy lifestyle. Explore Women’s Heart Health
Straight Talk By Dr. Stephanie, Texas Heart Institute’s Center for Women’s Heart & Vascular Health Director, demystifies women’s heart issues in over 40 different e-newsletters that address current topics and research related to women and heart disease, aiming to separate fact from fiction.
Get smart with Project Heart, a fun, heart-healthy resource for K-6 teachers and students that includes elementary lesson plans, teacher worksheets and educational games.
Texas Heart Institute Professional Staff provide global outreach to members of the public looking to learn more about cardiovascular disease. Frequently Asked Patient Questions, located in the Heart Information Center, is a searchable tool that provides answers to thousands of commonly asked questions by patients.