Friday, February 3rd is National WEAR RED DAY. Wear Red and show your support for women’s heart health. Make it your mission to fight heart disease in women.
While women get yearly pap smears and mammos they do not often associate themselves as having risk for heart disease and stroke. Women work hard and in many cases manage the household and family affairs while holding down a fulltime job. WE ARE AT RISK. When I saw this video I guiltily acknowleged that I have cooked dinner, and thrown laundry in the washer while making business calls. I realized that I, like the woman in the video might consider delaying a call for myself to 911 for because I wouldn't want the EMT''s to think I am sloppy. (Heaven forbid!) I know this because I straighten the house before going out in case we get robbed. ( ??? ) I know.
Check out Elizabeth Banks, director and star of “Just a Little Heart Attack,” a new short film from Go Red For Women. The little film is about a supermom who takes care of everyone but herself, and learns the lesson that she better look at herself as well. Just a Little Heart Attack http://www.goredforwomen.org/?popup=little-heart-attack
Sign up with the Americna Heart Association for newsletters and a free Red Dress Pin to wear every year on National GO RED DAY by opening this link. https://www.goredforwomen.org/registration.aspx
Heart disease can affect women of any age. That’s why it’s so important to make healthy lifestyle choices to reduce your risk for heart disease and stroke.
Learn how to reduce your risk for heart disease http://www.goredforwomen.org/ReduceYourRisk/index.aspx