Explore Heart Month, February 6th and more!

Heart disease has been called the Silent Killer because it often has no noticeable symptoms. It’s more deadly than all forms of cancer combined. And it’s not just “an old man’s disease.” Will you #GoRED tomorrow?

7 is Join the and post a pic of your support for women's heart health Red For Women Russell-Snider Heart Association

Go Red for Women and just maybe save a life! ♥♥♥  Repin and share the love!  Let's stop heart disease (the #1 killer of women) in its tracks...find out the warning signs of having a heart attack.

Union Pacific hosted the first Red Dress Dash in Omaha, Neb. in support of Women's Heart Health.

(RED) Ribbon For Heart Disease Awareness - American Heart Association

(RED) Ribbon For Heart Disease Awareness - American Heart Association- February is heart disease awareness month.

Did you know that the warning signs for a heart attack are different for men and women? It's vitally important for women to be able to recognize the warning signs of a heart attack because there is only a small window of time after a heart attack before the heart starts dying. Print this checklist of warning signs and keep it in your wallet - it just migh

Heart Health Month is almost over! Did you know that the warning signs for a heart attack are different for men and women? Every woman needs to be able to recognize the warning signs of one, so ladies, print this checklist and put it in your wallet!

Are you going RED this February for Heart Month? Join me by wearing red throughout the month!  http://momgenerations.com

Wear RED February to support Heart Health for women and say "Go Red" at checkout and receive OFF your purchase at blue skies.

Learn all about how heart attacks differ in women and what you can do to prevent them in Lifescript's new Heart Attack Health Center

Articles and expert advice on the symptoms and signs of heart attack in women, along with plans for.

Many women go to great lengths not to burden those around them. But the signs of stroke demand immediate attention, even if it seems like the worst timing.

Strokes are the number 4 cause of death in the United States and a leading cause of severe, long-term disability. Do you know the signs and symptoms of a stroke in women?

Researchers have pinpointed days and times when you're more likely to have a heart attack. You should always pay attention to your ticker, but here's when you'll want to really listen up.

Is It Heart Attack Season Yet?

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