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Make a Commitment to Your Heart

For more than a decade, The Heart Truth® program has worked to raise awareness about women’s risk for heart disease―the #1 killer of women in the United States―and share the steps they need to make to lead a heart healthy life. Your risk for heart disease can increase significantly depending on how many risk factors you have. So take control of your heart health today!

Learn your risk for heart disease and make your heart health a priority. Start by making simple lifestyle changes that will help you reduce your risk for heart disease and talk to your doctor for guidance. Taking care of your heart will improve your overall health and will allow you to enjoy quality time with your loved ones. Make a commitment to yourself and share it with a loved one for support.

Learn more about TLearn more about The Heart Truth program, the risk factors for heart disease, and the stories of other women that have been affected by heart disease. You can also encourage someone you care about as they work to improve their heart health by giving a gift or advice From the Heart.

 

Tips to Promote National Wear Red Day 

Encourage a friend or loved one with one of these gifts for the heart, from the heart

Heart Truth Healthy Eating TipSheets

Check out these tips on healthy eating and staying physically active.

Link to Video: You have the power to reduce your risk for heart disease.

You have the power to reduce your risk for heart disease.

All of Our Stories Are Red

Every story about heart disease adds to the power of The Heart Truth. Watch this video and share your story on The Heart Truth Facebook page or on Twitter.

Heart Truth badge that can be downloaded on the Healthy Action Community web page

Spread the word about women's heart health! Get a free badge or banner to post to your website or blog.

Sisters Joan and Bonnie, who have been personally affected by heart disease, pose and smile together.

Are you at risk for heart disease? Here's how to find out.



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Last Updated: March 2016

The Heart Truth®, its logo, The Red Dress®, Red Dress® and Red Dress Collection® and Heart Disease Doesn't Care What You Wear—It's the #1 Killer of Women® are registered trademarks of U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. 

National Wear Red Day® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and American Heart Association.

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