Reviewed Heart Disease Associations Links
(viewing 1 - 5 of 5)American Heart Association
The American Heart Association's mission is to reduce disability and death from cardiovascular diseases and stroke. The website includes overviews of the conditions, as well as programs and tools you can use to reduce your risk or manage your condition, and links to additional resources.
Canada Heart and Stroke Foundation
This foundation is the non-commercial source of funds for heart disease and stroke research in Canada. The website contains a wealth of information on heart disease, strokes and healthy living choices, as well as links to research studies in each province of Canada. The information is presented in an easy to understand format with interactive material and is very comprehensive.
Womens Heart Foundation
The Women's Heart Foundation is an international coalition of nurse executives, civic leaders, community health directors, member hospitals, partners, providers and corporate sponsors responding to the health crisis of women's heart disease by implementing an integrated model that promotes wellness, early intervention and excellence of care for women. The website includes information on wellness, exercise and nutrition, heart disease and heart surgery for women. The information is thorough, yet easy to undestand.
British Heart Foundation
The Foundation provides information about heart disease, funding research, education, care and more. The site includes a special section for children over 11 and also under 11 that is interactive and makes the topic easy to understand for them.
HEART UK is committed to raising awareness of heart disease in the UK and stressing the importance of a healthy lifestyle in reducing the risk of suffering from it. The website contains fact sheets, tips for healthy living, and newsletters for patients and health care professionals.