The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the American Heart Association, MedlinePlus and WebMD provide information about heart disease, according to their websites. These organizations provide accurate health information about risk factors, warning signs of a heart attack, current news, and new treatments for heart disease.
The CDC heart disease Web page lists subsections dedicated to general information, risk factors, prevention and statistics, notes its website. The website provides educational materials to patients and professionals, including links to journal articles about heart disease. Visitors can sign up for email updates, take a heart disease quiz and listen to podcasts.
The American Heart Association is a voluntary organization that also provides information related to heart disease, per its website. Visitors can access animations and illustrations from the website's library to learn about various heart conditions, and they can access interactive guides that include quizzes and trackers. The website also provides information for caregivers whose patients suffer from heart disease.
MedlinePlus, a service of the National Institutes of Health’s U.S. National Library of Medicine, links to the latest news, research findings, health check tools and videos on heart disease, according to its website. It aggregates information from trusted and legitimate sources, such as government agencies and research hospitals.
WebMD provides a heart disease health center that offers slideshows, quizzes and videos on heart disease, as noted by its website. There is a tool to help visitors find a cardiologist, while the heart guide itself lists an overview of heart disease, its symptoms, diagnostic methods, and living with and treating the disease.