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Join us on 29 September 2014 and take part in the biggest intervention against cardiovascular disease in the world!

Learn more about our partners, projects and resources on healthy diet and physical activity.

Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the number one killer of women worldwide – a fact that women need to know. The Go Red for Women campaign aims to reduce cardiovascular disease in women by building global awareness and commitment.

Tobacco is responsible for close to six million deaths per annum globally. Read the report "Cardiovascular harms from tobacco use and secondhand smoke - global gaps in awareness and implications for action".

New report Urbanization and Cardiovascular Disease: Raising Heart-Healthy Children in Today’s Cities. Help us put children at the heart of the matter by downloading the full report.

Apply now for the Emerging Leaders' Programme 2014-15 and become part of our cadre of experts crucial to achieving the 25 by 25 goal 

Download healthy recipes from your favourite football players around the world with the Eat for Goals! mobile app.

Discover Hearts of Children, the new initiative supported by Frédérique Constant which strives to protect women and children from cardiovascular disease

The World Heart Federation rheumatic heart disease network (RHDnet) is an international resource developed for clinicians, health practitioners and policy-makers in countries where the disease is still common.

Browse through our events calendar to find out about future scientific congresses as well as awareness and advocacy events and courses around the world.

Stay up to date with all the news on the UN High-Level Meeting on Non Communicable Diseases (NCDs) and key advocacy events and meetings and find out how you can get involved.

Thank you for joining us in Melbourne, Australia for WCC 2014. Learn more about the congress, view the picture and discover the WCC 2016 destination

Cardiovascular disease is the number 1 killer of women worldwide. Help reduce your risk by playing football, and being physically active. In celebration of UEFA Women's Euro 2013 "make a healthy heart your goal".

Acting quickly during a heart attack and stroke can save a life. Do you know how to recognize the symptoms? Find out if you are at risk and learn about heart attack and stroke warning signs.

Your heart age could be older than your actual age. Use this quick online tool to find out how old your heart age may actually be.