It’s #NationalVolunteerWeek and all of us at the American Heart Association want to make sure you know how much you are appreciated! Your ongoing support of our mission continues to inspire us daily. Thank you for all that you do. Watch this heartfelt message from the Austin team.
The American Heart Association is working with researchers, medical experts, hospitals, community leaders, businesses, families and more to reduce the impact of COVID-19. Watch the video to learn how we’re dedicating our resources to make a difference.
When it comes to simple ways to be healthy, walking still reigns supreme. Why? Walking is an easy way to start and maintain a physically active lifestyle. It doesn’t require special abilities, “appropriate attire,” or expensive equipment and it can be done almost anywhere. Walking is in fact the most common form of physical activity
In Travis County, chronic diseases account for 3 out of every 5 deaths. Chronic diseases such as heart disease, stroke, and diabetes make up the leading causes of death and disability in America. While Risks like tobacco use and excessive drinking can significantly influence the development of chronic disease, the social determinants of health often
The American Heart Association is on a mission to be a relentless force for longer, healthier lives and that is something that we strive to do every day at a local level here in Central Texas. Many people think of the American Heart Association as an organization that is solely focused only on heart disease