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It’s no longer just about wearing red; it’s no longer just about sharing heart health facts. It’s about all women making a commitment to stand together with Go Red and taking charge of their own heart health as well as the health of those they can’t bear to live without. Making a commitment to your health isn’t something you have to do alone either, so grab a friend or a family member and Go Red today.
Cardiovascular disease is the No. 1 killer of women, causing 1 in 3 deaths each year, but the simple truth is that most cardiovascular diseases can still be prevented with education and healthy lifestyle changes.
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Go Red For Women has all kinds of ways to get involved and use your talents.
You want to learn about signs, symptoms and risk factors?
If you or a love one have been diagnosed or you are a caregiver for someone with a cardiovascular condition, all the information out there can be overwhelming.
Take your time reading through our information and be sure not to overwhelm yourself. We're here for you.High Blood Pressure in Women
Heart Attack Symptoms in Women
Stroke Symptoms in Women
You can join Research Goes Red!
The AHA’s Go Red for Women® movement and Verily’s Project Baseline have joined forces to launch Research Goes Red and are calling on women across the United States to contribute to health research.
By joining Research Goes Red, you can:
- Contribute through clinical research, surveys, focus groups
- Only participate in the studies that you're interested in, no obligation
- Help shape the future of disease management and care
- Learn about your own health while helping improve health for all
- And more
Research Goes Red
Congratulations! You've taken the first step to living healthy.
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Pregnancy and Maternal Health
Heart disease is the No. 1 killer of new moms.
It can pose a threat to women’s heart health during pregnancy and later in life.
Prioritizing your health is important before and after menopause.
Learn about menopause, its symptoms and impact on your health.
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