Woman getting flu shot

National Immunization Awareness Month – Learn what immunizations are important for people with or at risk for cardiovascular disease.

Here's what doctors know about immunizations right now: You still need them

Flu and Pneumonia Prevention

CDC Immunization Schedule

ASA Heat Stroke vs Stroke infographic

Summer Sun Safety Month highlights skin cancer prevention and heat related safety tips


Keep cool to be heart-healthy in extreme heat

News Release | Spanish News Release

How to Stay Active in Warm Weather

Full infographic text - Heat Stroke vs. Stroke Infographic

AHA Life's Essential 8™ Circle graphic

ICYMI: American Heart Association adds sleep to cardiovascular health checklist
AHA Presidential Advisory
American Heart Association immediate past president, Donald M. Lloyd-Jones, M.D., Sc.M., FAHA, led the advisory writing group and is chair of the department of preventive medicine, the Eileen M. Foell Professor of Heart Research and professor of preventive medicine, medicine and pediatrics at Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago.

The American Heart Association's Life’s Essential 8™ features the 8 elements that are essential for cardiovascular health.

Only 1 in 5 people in the U.S. has optimal heart health

August 1-7 is National Farmer's Market Week - Eat More Color!

August 1-7 is National Farmer's Market Week - Eat More Color!

August Calendar Highlights

Find a Heart Walk near you.

8/1-7 - National Farmers Market Week

8/1 - National Minority Donor Awareness Day

8/7 - Sisters' Day | National Friendship Day | American Family Day

8/9 - International Day of the World's Indigenous People – Established by the UN General Assembly to acknowledge contributions of indigenous peoples on world issues and work to help protect the rights of indigenous populations.

8/12 - International Youth Day

8/15 - National Back to School Prep Day | National Relaxation Day

8/17 - National Nonprofit Day

8/18 - National Couple's Day

8/19 - World Humanitarian Day

8/21 - Senior Citizens Day

8/23 - International Day for the Remembrance of the Slave Trade and its Abolition – remembers those who suffered and died in the transatlantic slave trade.

8/26 - Women's Equality Day – commemorates this day in 1920 when the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution was certified giving women the right to vote.