Heart Disease Doesn’t Take Breaks
So neither does Go Red for Women. Philadelphia magazine and the American Heart Association have teamed up to share how women across the country are continuing to harness their energy, passion and power to wipe out heart disease and stroke, and how you can join the cause. Check back in February—American Heart Month—for inspiring new survivor stories, healthy lifestyle tips and in-depth features.
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The Grocery Gap
It’s no secret that a healthy diet plays a huge role in preventing heart disease. But what about when fresh, nutritious food is out of reach?
A Personal Fight
Long-time American Heart Association volunteer JoAnn Magnatta is not following in her parents’ footsteps.
Heart Health’s Unsung Hero
Rethinking the role of pharmacies in preventative care.
One New Heart Valve Saves Two Lives
Experts from Virtua Health performed a first-of-its-kind procedure, saving the lives of both a South Jersey mom-to-be and her baby.
Courage to Change
Go Red for Women Chair Sarah Bouchard talks balancing health and work, helping those who need it most, and how her mom inspired her to pay attention to her heart health.
Heart Disease Myths, Busted
Historically, most heart disease research has been conducted with men, leading to many common misconceptions about heart disease in women.
All Red, All Glam
Show your support by donning red from head to toe for Wear Red Day this February 1st. Don’t have a ruby-stocked closet? Try these Rittenhouse Row finds.
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.
One of the very best gifts you can give your heart is physical activity. Discover the inspiration and advice you need to get moving.