More Healthy Resources
The American Heart Association has many resources to help people eat and live healthier.
Visit heart.org/HealthyforGood or these specific sites:
Get information on emergency cardiovascular care training, including programs for schools and workplaces.
Find out how to get involved in CycleNation, empowering people across the nation to use
road bikes, stationary bikes, spin classes and more to get heart and brain healthy, all while raising
funds to prevent heart disease and stroke.
Heart-Check Food Certification Program
Learn about how our Heart-Check mark on food packaging helps people find foods in the grocery store that can be part of their healthy eating plan.
Find out how to get involved in your local. Heart Walk, our Signature event for companies, individuals and families.
Eat Smart Month
Commit to eating healthier, cooking at home and starting other healthy habits during September.
NFL PLAY 60
This free, fun, family-friendly app helps get kids moving.
Discover how easy, budget-friendly and delicious healthy cooking can be.
Find out how to offer the Kids Heart Challenge/American Heart Challenge in your school.
Healthgrades’ 2022 Health Observances Calendar
Throughout the year, there are countless health observances that raise awareness for a variety of conditions (both big and small) and also remind us to be proactive and stay on top of our health. These days or months are often celebrated by hospitals, healthcare nonprofits, patients, media, and social influencers.