American Heart Month Toolkits 2022
February is American Heart Month, a time when all people can focus on their cardiovascular health.
The Division for Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention is shining a light on hypertension (high blood pressure), a leading risk factor for heart disease and stroke. The Division is committed to addressing barriers to health equity in communities disproportionately affected by cardiovascular disease.
Health care professionals and community partners: We know you’re busy! We can help. Use these toolkits developed by CDC to implement evidence-based hypertension control strategies.
Tools and Resources
Explore change packages, best practices guides, and other tools to help your team support patients with hypertension.
Share evidence-based data, journal articles, and messages to boost knowledge about hypertension in your state or local community.
Connect With Us
Share these graphics and social messages with your followers for American Heart Month.
February is American #HeartMonth! Join CDC this month in raising awareness about cardiovascular disease (CVD) prevention. There’s work to be done across all age groups, not just among older adults. cdc.gov/heartmonth
1 in every 3 deaths in the United States are related to cardiovascular disease. This #HeartMonth, explore shareable resources from CDC to help you, your peers, and patients make heart-healthy choices and reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease. cdc.gov/heartmonth
February is American #HeartMonth! Join @CDCHeart_Stroke this month in raising awareness about cardiovascular disease (#CVD) prevention across all age groups, especially adults ages 35 to 64. cdc.gov/heartmonth
It’s never too early to make heart-healthy choices. This #HeartMonth, learn how to prevent and manage cardiovascular disease (#CVD) with toolkits from @CDCHeart_Stroke. cdc.gov/heartmonth