Go Red for Women National Wear Red Day is the 1st Friday in February. Show your support for women’s heart health awareness by wearing red. Check these out.
I was selected to be a Go Red Blogger for the American Heart Association, and my first “project” is to get the word out about Wear Red Day, Fri. 2/7/14.
My father passed away last year due to complications from heart disease including congestive heart failure. For the last several years, I have participated in National Wear Red Day because it really hit home, and this year, it is even more important to me to spread the word.
February is National Heart Health Month, and this week kicks off New York Fashion Week. What better way to bring together fashion for a cause than to combine fashion and giving back with the annual Heart Truth Red Dress 2012 Collection Fashion Show?
Friday, February 3rd is National Wear Red for Heart Disease, a day in which we all show our support for those dealing with heart disease. Since the inception of my blog, I have participated in National Wear Red Day and have urged my readers to do so. This year, I will not only be wearing red but attending the Bleeding Heart Project Launch Event in Chicago.
It has been almost three months since my dad was hospitalized for diabetes and congestive heart failure after I found him unresponsive in his home.
As an official starter of New York Fashion Week, The Heart Truth’s Red Dress Collection took place as an array of celebrities attended and walked the catwalk wearing red dresses from a plethora of designers, who donated their frocks to the cause.
Heart disease is the number one killer of women, and it’s very important that we all learn about heart health. Wearing red today shows that you are in support of more funding for a cure for heart disease as well as spreading the message to women how important it is to get checked regularly.
The Bleeding Heart Project is an organization devoted to educating and making people aware of heart disease. It is the leading cause of death in our country, and is something that is not discussed as widely as it should be.
Today is Friday, February 5th and it has been designated as National Wear Red Day to help fight heart disease, the number one killer of women. The American Heart Association is asking that everyone wear red today to display support…