Heart disease isn’t a game of chance.

Do genetics help determine your life expectancy? This FREE study will help you and the researchers find out! »


Know your family history; save your life.

Equipped with this vital information, you and your doctor can take steps to prevent the same ailments that shortened the lives of family members. »


Real Women Taking Action

Real Woman and heart survivor Meliah Bowers Jefferson urged Congress to increase medical research funding for the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Will you join her? Join Her »


Help Pave The Way for Better Care

Cardiac rehab saves women’s lives and prevents second cardiac events, but most women who could benefit aren’t receiving this care. The bill in Congress would help improve access to cardiac rehab. Help Now »



May is American Stroke Month so we’d like to introduce you to three […] »

Take The Heart Checkup

Your Annual Well-Woman Visit:Take it to heart

Do you know your risk for developing heart disease in the next 10 years? »


How to Reduce Stress at Work

Regardless of your job, chances are you will experience stress in the workplace. Learn these important ways to cope and reduce your stress at work. »


What It Means to Go Red For Women (Video)

Heart disease is the No. 1 killer of women, killing more women than all forms of cancer combined. Learn what it means to Go Red For Women to help women like you fight back. »


Portion Control

Big portion sizes can mean you’re getting more food than your body can stomach to maintain a healthy weight. Learn about portion control and how much to put on your plate. »


Women’s Heart Disease Prevention Checklist

Women's heart disease prevention starts with the following checklist. Make sure you know how to improve your heart health and keep your cholesterol in check. »


Symptoms of a Stroke

The signs of stroke demand immediate attention, even if it seems like the worst possible timing. »


National Sponsor: Macy’s

Macy’s has been a proud national sponsor of Go Red For Women […] »

Just a Little Heart Attack

Just a Little Heart Attack

Elizabeth Banks stars in the viral hit which is a wake-up call to women. »