Go Red for Women Day

  • Go Red for Women Day

Go Red for Women Day

"The Titans are proud to help support their efforts", said Titans Controlling Owner Amy Adams Strunk.

With football season coming to a close with the Super Bowl on Sunday and Purple Fridays gone until the Ravens start playing again in the fall, search your closest for something red to wear for National Wear Red Day today, Friday, Feb. 3. The event is free and will introduce the community to their mission and extra resources.

The final myth to cover is that if heart disease runs in someone's family, there is nothing they can do about it. Throughout the month of February, volunteers will be celebrating American Heart Month by knitting red hats for all babies born this month, while raising awareness of heart disease.

The number of American adults with heart failure rose by 800,000 over five years, say the authors of the AHA's 2017 Heart Disease and Stroke Statistics Update.

"With more than one in three women living with cardiovascular disease, there is a great need for increased awareness, funding and research about women's heart health".

Anyone experiencing these signs should call 911 and get to a hospital as soon as possible.

More than 30 structures will turn RED in Middle Tennessee, including some of Nashville's most iconic structures such as The State Capitol, Parthenon, AT&T Building, Bridgestone Arena and the Frist Center to name a few.

"I go red because my dad passed away".

Cholesterol, blood pressure, blood sugar and body mass index are all important numbers to know because they can indicate if you are more likely to develop heart disease.

At the Providence Medical Group the mayor, along with medical professionals and citizens all gathered to listen about the importance of heart health. Heart attacks can be perceived as mild pain or discomfort, including pressure, squeezing, tightness, fullness or pain. Even if your workout is broken into shorter sessions through out the day, it can still reduce your risk of developing heart disease.

The American Heart Association's 16 Annual Go Red For Women Luncheon combines an elegant luncheon reception, silent auction, networking opportunities and moving survivor stories.