Be Heart Healthy
Join UT Southwestern in Be Heart Healthy
How can you get involved in being heart healthy?
Please join Drs. Drazner and Khera and our heart team of experts for 28 Days of Heart Health.
Things you need to know
Partnering together to fight heart disease
Why heart disease is the No. 1 killer of both men and women around the world. That’s why UT Southwestern has partnered with the American Heart Association to advance scientific research and raise awareness of this deadly disease. As Heart Month gets underway, we encourage you to ask your doctor about your risk and join us tomorrow (Feb. 3) as we wear red to show support for women’s heart health everywhere.
Common signs of heart failure
It’s Heart Failure Awareness Week, and Mark Drazner, M.D., Clinical Chief of Cardiology, shares common signs of the disease, from shortness of breath to genetic factors. If you think you show symptoms of heart failure, schedule an appointment today.
All month of February, come back here for daily updates on advice, freebies, and fun events to keep your heart healthy.
Introducing 28 days of heart health
What a partnership: UTSW and AHA
Join our healthy fair and Go Red
An unforgettable heart legacy
Why your heart loves exercise
Heart healthy salad: Think Mediterranean
We take care of our own hearts too
Meet Andrea, the double-transplant survivor
1988, heart breakthrough at UTSW
Healthy living can taste delicious
CPR with a side of fish
CPR with a side of science and shopping
Do you know the signs of heart failure?
Love your heart this Valentine’s Day
The faces of heart failure
Heart of a champion
A million steps for heart health
CPR with Dr. Banks
Born with a broken heart
Healthy hot pockets
Take a moment to celebrate your heart health today
Smaller incision, faster recovery: There’s no minimizing the results
Shocking heart facts
Knowing how to use this device can save a life
Be heart healthy
Clinical trials save hearts
Regenerating a new heart
Stay healthy past heart month