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National Wear Red Day
Did you know? Women are less likely to get CPR. Heart attacks appear to be on the rise in younger women. And cardiovascular disease – including heart disease and stroke — is the No. 1 killer of women, claiming more women’s lives than all forms of cancer combined.
The good news is that cardiovascular disease is largely preventable by making smart, healthy choices no matter your age.
We’re proud to support Go Red for Women by the American Heart Association, a movement to build healthier lives for women locally and globally. Go Red with us for your heart and the women in your life.
National Wear Red Day is Friday, February 5. Red sweats, red hat, red shoes… however you Go Red, show it off to raise awareness that cardiovascular disease is the biggest health threat for women. Show your red on social media using #goREDwa #GoRedForWomen. Tell women you know that heart disease is preventable by making simple lifestyle choices. Share your story if you are a heart disease or stroke survivor. Want to help save more lives? Give to the American Heart Association or host your own fundraiser in support of Go Red for Women. Learn more
Watch the Red Dress Collection Live, February 11. Fashion, music and women’s health take center stage in this iconic show featuring celebrities and star musicians. Details will be posted here.
Live Fierce, Go Red Digital Experience, February 24. Join the American Heart Association and MOViN 92.5’s Brooke Fox for an eye-opening experience about women’s heart health – from the inequalities women face to survivor stories and how we can be part of change. Open your heart and support the cause. Fight to do better for women in our community. Get details and register.
Live Fierce Countdown. Discover many ways to make healthy lifestyle changes through the Live Fierce Countdown Calendar, featuring daily health tips and information, February 4-24. Follow @AmericanHeartWA on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram
Go Red for Women is nationally sponsored by CVS Health and locally by Warm 106.9