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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.
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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.
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A searchable tool provides answers to thousands of commonly asked questions by patients.
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Texas Heart Institute Mobile App Receives Top Marks in New Scientific Publication
The Smartphone Application, Developed in Partnership with AT&T, is Ranked Number 7 Overall Among Apps for Coronary Heart Disease
HOUSTON, TX – Texas Heart Institute today announced that its mobile smartphone application has been ranked seventh overall in a new study published in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed, open access journal published online by the Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute (MDPI).