Heart disease and stroke are two of the leading causes of death in the United States. But following the Guidelines and getting at least 150 minutes a week (2 hours and 30 minutes) of moderate-intensity aerobic activity can put you at a lower risk for these diseases. You can reduce your risk even further with more physical activity. Regular physical activity can also lower your blood pressure and improve your cholesterol levels.
Everyone can gain the health benefits of physical activity - age, ethnicity, shape or size do not matter.
Get inspired. Get informed. Join health and fitness experts, medical professionals, and women like you to hear the concrete steps you can take today for better heart health.
In today’s economy, it can seem like the struggle to achieve a heart-healthy lifestyle is in opposition with the fight to balance the family finances.
This session will help you achieve both objectives with simple and inexpensive tips that will help keep you and your family heart-healthy.
Today’s Go Red woman is under more stress than ever – a condition we know is linked to CVD. Mastering the art of Zen is on every woman’s to-do list… but it seems that more pressing priorities always seem to arise
In Go Red Slow-Down, you will be taught practical, real-world de-stressing tips and techniques that can make a big impact on your heart-health.
Relaxation methods MAY include breathing exercises, the power of music, tips to set aside time for arts & crafts and personal mantras.
nationally sponsored by
locally sponsored by
Family Owned Markets
Ephrata Community Hospital
Lancaster Regional Medical Center
Brent L Miller Jewelers & Goldsmiths
St. Jude Medical