2007 Go Red

Photo by Steve Wewerka

Go Red For Women

Go Red For Women captures the energy, passion and intelligence of women to work collectively to wipe out heart disease – the No. 1 killer of women. Since 2004, the American Heart Association has fostered Go Red to grow from a grassroots campaign into a vibrant national movement. Using the simple moniker “Love Your Heart,†Go Red For Women aims to mobilize women, men, celebrities, healthcare providers and politicians to embrace and elevate the cause of women and heart disease.

For more information about Go Red For Women, please call 1-888-MY-HEART (1-888-694-3278) or visit GoRedForWomen.org.


Five local doctors discuss what’s new in the field of cardiology… >> RED Brings Us Together

Paint the town red! People and various businesses and organizations will “go red†in support of cardiovascular disease prevention and awareness on National Wear Red Day, February 2, 2007… >> Think you’ll be seeing red on Feb. 2? You can count on it!

Heart attack survivor Colleen O’Neil talks about having a heart attack at age 44… >> Heart attack survivor stresses importance of listening to your body

Warm up with this delicious Rustic Chicken Soup recipe… >> Rustic Chicken Soup

Participate in the Twin Cities Heart Walk April 28, 2007 and become part of the new Start! Program… >> Start! taking control; Start living happier, Start walking

Some New Year’s resolutions that are good for your heart… >> New Year’s Resolutions

Don’t miss the Twin Cities Go Red For Women Luncheon, February 8, 2007… >> Twin Cities Go Red For Women Luncheon

Stay fit when the temperatures drop… >> Get motivated when the temperatures drop

Learn your numbers by doing the online Go Red Heart Checkup… >> Love Your Heart, Know Your Numbers