Heart Health Resources (O-Heart-I-O)

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One out of every two Americans has a chronic disease, but 80% of those cases are preventable with changes in lifestyle behaviors. You can save your own life by knowing your numbers and taking action to decrease your risk of heart disease and stroke. We are committed to providing information and resources to help you live a healthier, happier, more productive life.

Downloadable resources

Know Your Numbers and Take Action

A pocket guide to heart health you can use with your healthcare provider

Stroke Checklist

Tips for you and your family to reduce your risk of a stroke
 

Five Fast Facts on Vaping

Educate yourself and your loved ones on the dangers of vaping
 

Second Chance

A Columbus man's battle with heart disease and details on heart risk in Ohio

Information links

Total Health and Wellness at Ohio State East Hospital

Nurse practitioner-led, comprehensive care practice
 

Million Hearts® at Ohio State

Gain access to free educational modules you can use


 

Million Hearts® ABCS's

How you can use the ABCS's to protect your heart health


 

Heart and Vascular Center at Ross Heart Hospital

One of the nation’s best hospitals for cardiovascular care
 

Vaping and potential heart risk

Newly-published study on how vaping can harm your heart

 

National Academy of Medicine case study

Ohio State featured as national role model for wellness and prevention
 

National Forum for Heart Disease & Stroke Prevention

Move with the Mayor initiative and the latest information on heart health

JustBreathe at Ohio State

Campaign to support stress management created by One University faculty/staff wellness sub-council
 

American Heart Association

Nation’s oldest and largest voluntary organization dedicated to fighting heart disease and stroke
 

Ohio Department of Health

Links to statewide public health information, tools and resources

 

Health Affairs article on Chief Wellness Officers

Making the case for CWO positions in health systems to address patient care and clinician burnout

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