Heart Health(En español)
In addition to educating physicians and researchers, Texas Heart Institute is committed to educating the global community about the importance of heart health and the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of heart disease. These resources will help children and adults better understand the effects of heart disease and the need for heart disease prevention.
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.
Learn more about the most critical numbers that impact your personal health and help your doctor access your risk for both heart disease and stroke.
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.
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.
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.
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!