American Heart Association/American Stroke Association is proud to join forces with Million Hearts™ to build healthier lives free of cardiovascular disease and stroke.
Heart360? is an online tool which helps you track and manage your heart health and provides helpful advice and information.
Heart Attack Risk Calculator
Discover your 10-year risk of heart attack or dying from coronary heart disease… and what you can do about it.
My Life Check™
Live Better With Life's Simple 7
In just a few minutes with My Life Check, you can learn the state of your heart and what you can do to live a better life.
Self-Measured Blood Pressure Monitoring Action Guide
Clinicians, public health practitioners, health care systems, and individuals can focus on disease management strategies to improve blood pressure control in order to improve health outcomes for patients with HTN. Self-measured blood pressuring monitoring (SMBP) is one such strategy that is being promoted by Million Hearts™ and numerous national and international health organizations. The SMBP guide provides guidance and resources for public health practitioners on the integration of self-measured blood pressure monitoring with clinical feedback into chronic disease prevention efforts.
Blood Pressure Calculator
What do your blood pressure readings mean? High blood pressure usually has no symptoms. Is your blood pressure normal? Use this calculator to find out. Keep a record of your readings with My Blood Pressure Wallet Card [PDF-913K].
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Interactive Atlas of Heart Disease and Stroke
The Interactive Atlas of Heart Disease and Stroke is an online tool that enables public health professionals and concerned citizens to document geographic disparities in heart disease and stroke at the local level. Users can create county-level maps of heart disease and stroke by gender, race/ethnicity and age group, and overlay maps with congressional boundaries and locations of health care facilities. In addition, maps showing county-level poverty, education, the food environment, access to health care, and other social factors are available. The maps in the Atlas can be used to tailor heart disease and stroke prevention programs and policies to the needs of specific communities, and target scarce resources to communities with the heaviest burdens.
You can access the Interactive Atlas of Heart Disease and Stroke at http://apps.nccd.cdc.gov/DHDSPAtlas.