Be your own advocate
Cardiovascular diseases, which includes stroke, claims the life of a woman about every 80 seconds. But about 80% of cardiovascular disease may be prevented.
Go Red For Women is a movement that starts with you! YOU can take control of your health and YOU can lead by example!
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Peek into the minds of some of the region’s top heart experts and hear their advice on how to stay heart healthy.
Who says heart healthy recipes have to be boring? Check out these drool-worthy dishes that will have your taste buds jumping.
Staying active is a great way to keep your heart healthy. Find out how to Go Red and Get Fit.
Woman of Heart
Improving Family Heart Health
Hint: Your kids are watching (and copying) you.
Healthy Habits Start at Home
Most people think they don’t have to worry about their heart health until their 40s, 50s or beyond. Think again.
Red is the New Black
Lifestyle brand Kendra Scott is founded on the three pillars of family, fashion, and philanthropy. Support Go Red this season by wearing one of their classic pieces.
Long-Time Leader Steps Up
The fight against heart disease is personal for JoAnn Magnatta.
Kick-Start Your Heart Healthy Exercise Routine
Radio Icon and Stroke Survivor Advises Women: “Put Yourself First”
Too busy to slow down, Patty Jackson ignored the signs of stroke until it was too late.
Recognize a ‘Caring Heart’ Today.
The American Heart Association is looking for one extraordinary individual to honor with its Caring Heart Award celebrating extraordinary caregivers who dedicate their time and effort to making life a little easier for survivors of cardiac arrest or stroke. Nominations must be submitted by March 1, 2018.