A new study suggests much more work needs to be done when it comes heart disease and the focus needs to be put on women.
Eat a diet low in sodium to help improve your heart health.
Hundreds of women dressed in red attended the annual “Grand Rapids Go Red for Women Luncheon” held at the JW Marriott on February 25, 2015.
In February, Go Red for Women is inspiring, educating and empowering you to learn about the number one killer of women: heart disease.
Stay well with these heart-healthy exercises.
It’s time to dress red! The Go Red for Women Red Dress Collection 2015 will live stream at 8 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 12.
See how men and women are going red in Kalamazoo.
This month, get the latest information on fighting the number one killer of women — heart disease and strokes.
Keep your heart healthy and strong with a variety of heart-healthy recipes.
Holland resident Rachel Bishop shares her story of heart disease and message of hope.
February 6 is Go Red for Women day. You can wear red too. Here are 17 ideas!
It’s easy to “Go Red for Women” at home. Here’s how.
Check out local events that benefit The American Heart Association.
Heart disease survivors from across West Michigan are telling their personal stories to help inspire women to Go Red for Women.
You’re invited to Go RED! and attend the American Heart Association’s kickoff party on January 30th at the B.O.B.
WOTV 4 women’s healthy eats expert Margaux Drake shares her recipe for a healthy, hearty lasagna the whole family will love!