You can support the fight for heart health by wearing red today and sharing a picture of you, your family, friends, or colleagues going red on social media with the hashtags #WearRedDay, #WIHearts or #GBGoesRed.
St. James independent school joins National Wear Red for Women Day to raise awareness about the prevalence of heart disease among women.
The day helps raise awareness and advocate for more research for women's heart health.
Reports show heart disease and stroke cause 1 in 3 deaths among women each year.
Lifestyle choices such as smoking, poor diet, and excessive alcohol can increase chances of heart disease.
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That's more than all cancers combined.
Cities and towns across the nation will go red to encourage women to know their numbers and prevent heart disease. About 80% of cardiovascular diseases may be prevented.
If you need a little help getting red-y today, check out these samples we've gathered for your street style inspiration.
We're not wearing red on the Morning Show in honor of the Patriots heading back to the Superbowl - although the big game is on nearly everyone's minds as we start off this first weekend in February. Macy's is also helping out. All proceeds go to Go Red for Women.
Since 2004, the retailer has raised a staggering $65 million for the American Heart Association's signature campaign!