American Heart Health Month

Illustration of doctor checking patient's heart

American Heart Health Month is observed every February to raise awareness about heart health and to encourage healthy lifestyles to prevent heart disease.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that an estimated 655,381 Americans die from heart disease annually, making it the top cause of death in the United States.

This month the IPRO QIN-QIO is shining a light on disparities in healthcare.

We’re encouraging people at higher risk of heart disease to adopt a healthy diet and regular exercise while recognizing the signs and symptoms.

Check out these resources to learn more: