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01/19/2017 at 00:29. Facebook
Could living with depression put you at a higher risk for heart disease? Go Red For Women spokesperson Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum discusses in this month's Health magazine.

9 Things Every Woman Should Know About Her Heart

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01/17/2017 at 22:54. Facebook
National Wear Red Day is just around the corner. So raise awareness and fund the fight against heart disease and stroke by creating your own FUNraising webpage today, or donating! #GoRedWearRed

FUNraise As A Team! | Go Red For Women

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01/16/2017 at 16:31. Facebook
Today we honor the man whose courageous heart changed so many lives. #MLKDay
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01/15/2017 at 17:48. Facebook
Mark your calendar! National Wear Red Day is February 3rd. Show your support for Go Red For Women by getting your squad together and going red with us. #GoRedWearRed
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01/13/2017 at 21:47. Facebook
A group of national women in media met Tuesday to spark fresh ideas for fighting heart disease in women. Stephanie Ruhle of MSNBC shares important takeaways from the meeting to #KnowYourNumbers.

A special thank you to Arianna Huffington & Thrive Global for hosting Go Red For Woman's annual Woman in Media luncheon and to all the attendees for their support.
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01/13/2017 at 16:17. Facebook
Some risk factors for heart disease you can't help, like family history. But others you can treat, manage or control. That's why it's important to know your numbers. Watch to learn more.
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01/13/2017 at 01:17. Facebook
Doctors have historically advised against pregnancy in women with complex heart defects. But pregnancy may be possible for some of them, according to new guidance based on emerging data.

Successful pregnancy possible for some women with high-risk congenital heart disease

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01/12/2017 at 18:18. Facebook
Raise awareness and fund the fight against heart disease and stroke by creating your own FUNraising webpage today, or donating! #GoRedWearRed

FUNraise As A Team! | Go Red For Women

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Do you know your numbers? Your heart depends on it. ❤ It’s time to learn the most critical numbers in your life. #KnowYourNumbers

Find Out What Risk Factors You Can and Can't Control

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#RedDressCollection is just one month away! We can't wait. Will you tune in and watch?
Tip #5 for a heart-healthier 2017: Eat seasonally. Good for your budget and waistline, eating seasonally means you are getting food at its peak performance and flavor level.
#TBT to National Wear Red Day last year! The countdown is on. Be sure to grab your squad and #GoRedWearRed on February 3rd! : Chic Booth
Tip #4 for a heart-healthier 2017: Eat more fiber.

Crucial to <3 health and reducing the risk of heart disease, fiber is easy to add to your diet. Whole grains are filled with fiber, which makes digestion easier and helps you feel fuller when you’re done eating – both key factors in weight management.
We're one month away from National Wear Red Day. Heart disease and stroke cause 1 in 3 deaths among women each year, killing approximately one woman every 80 seconds.

How will you show your support with us on February 3rd? #GoRedWearRed
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Tip #3 for a heart-healthier 2017: Cut out processed foods. Just do it.

Decide that 2017 is going to be the year you say no to aspartame, high fructose corn syrup and hydrogenated oil. In addition to chemicals you’re body doesn’t need or want, processed foods are full of added salt.
Heart disease is the number 1 killer of women and is more deadly than all forms of cancer combined.

Carrie Fisher's Death Puts Spotlight On Women's Heart Disease | USA Today

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Tip #2 for a heart-healthier 2017: Eat (or drink) more greens!

Make 2017 the year of the kale chip – not the potato chip. By keeping your cabinets stocked with heart healthy fruits and vegetables, you are in better shape to stick to your resolution.
One Mazda test drive now through 1/3/17 = one hour community service donated to American Heart Association. Find out how you can help! #MazdaDrive4Good

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Carrie Fisher passed away today, at age 60, of a heart attack. Leaving behind a beautiful legacy as an actress, writer, and mental health advocate, the iconic Princess Leia will be sorely missed. Our hearts go out to her family at this time. <3
Tip #1 for a heart-healthier 2017: Drink more water!

You’ve heard it time and again, but the fact remains: Drinking the right amount water is a key ingredient in staying healthy. If you’re drinking more water, you’ll have less room for sugary sodas.