Heart Walk is still on! (Virtually)
By participating in the Heart Walk, you’re joining a million Heart Walk Heroes from across the nation raising funds for lifesaving science. Science that can teach us all how to live longer and be Healthy For Good.
Although we can't walk together in person this year, you can still join your local Heart Walk, fund raise and give support to the American Heart Association in the fight against COVID-19.
Together, we'll protect the hearts we love that are the most vulnerable during this extraordinary time.
Learn more about 2020 Virtual Heart Walk
Get Whole Body Healthy with our Streaming Series
Featuring guided mindful meditation, yoga, strength and cardio workouts, dance parties and more.
Research has shown that walking at a lively pace at least 150 minutes a week can help you:
- Think better, feel better and sleep better.
- Reduce your risk of serious diseases like heart disease, stroke, diabetes and several types of cancer.
- Improve your blood pressure, blood sugar and blood cholesterol levels.
- Increase your energy and stamina.
- Improve your mental and emotional well-being and reduce risk of depression.
- Improve memory and reduce your risk of dementia.
- Boost bone strength and reduce your risk of osteoporosis.
- Prevent weight gain.
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House Calls: Real Docs, Real Talk™
Streaming Live on Facebook, YouTube and LinkedIn
Live Chats with AHA Staff and Medical Experts on Topics Important to our Heart and Stroke Patients - Mondays @ 11 am CT
You might be surprised to find that many other people share your joys, frustrations, cares and concerns. Here is the perfect opportunity to learn together.
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In addition to working on your mental and physical health during this pandemic from the safety of your home, the American Heart Association encourages you to not let fear of the ER delay calling 911. Don’t die of doubt. The hospital is the safest place to be. Learn more at heart.org/dontdieofdoubt.
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