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Learn more about cardiovascular disease, the risk factors, the warning signs and tips to protect your heart.

Thank you for all your support for World Heart Day 2014. The report form is now live for you to tell us about the activities and events you held to raise awareness of heart-healthy lifestyles.
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Learn more about our partners, projects and resources on healthy diet and physical activity.

Cardiovascular disease is the number one killer of women worldwide.  Learn more World Heart Federation activities to fight CVD in women and how to protect your heart

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".

Download the updated version of the app and discover healthy recipes from your favourite football players around the world.

25x25 is at the core of World Heart Federation strategy.  Learn more about the WHO Global Action plan targets.

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.

New! Our CVD and the Development Agenda: Advocacy Toolkit is now available for free download. 

The next World Congress of Cardiology & Cardiovascular Health will take place in Mexico City from 4-7 June 2016. Learn more about the congress.

Discover Children in the City, a project to improve access and awareness of physical activity in children living in cities across Europe

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.