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No Chest Pain? You Still Might Be Having a Heart Attack

Mary Buchan | Posted 02.16.2017 | Healthy Living
Mary Buchan

Chest pain is still the most common sign of a heart attack, but studies have shown that women are more likely than men to have other symptoms instead.

Go Red Today -- And I'm Not Talking Cornhuskers!

Rose Stanley | Posted 04.12.2014 | Healthy Living
Rose Stanley

February is American Heart month, with a particular focus on women's heart disease. Heart disease is the No. 1 killer of women and is more deadly tha...

Let's Paint the Town Red -- Join Us for the 10th National Wear Red Day

Donna Arnett | Posted 04.02.2013 | Healthy Living
Donna Arnett

When Go Red For Women began, only 13 percent of women identified heart disease as their No. 1 killer; now 54 percent of women know that heart disease is the leading killer of women.

Go Red for Women: Woman's Day for Women's Lives

Amy Brightfield | Posted 04.01.2013 | Healthy Living
Amy Brightfield

The Red Dress Awards are an event that Woman's Day holds annually to spotlight doctors, researchers and advocates who are making a difference in the fight against heart disease in women.

Why I Go Red in February

Star Jones | Posted 03.31.2013 | Healthy Living
Star Jones

Women are being targeted. We are falling prey to a silent enemy. An enemy most of us didn't even know we had. But it has its sights set on us. And in 2010, it was set on me.

Wear Red Day: Just a Little Heart Attack

Christie Thompson | Posted 03.30.2013 | Healthy Living
Christie Thompson

I have no family history of heart disease, yet I was able to recognize the symptoms of a heart attack because I have a sister-in-law who cares enough to hit "send," and because there's an actress who knows how to make those symptoms memorable.