February and American Heart Month may be nearing an end but there's still time to "reclaim your rhythm!" We'd like to help you create or rebuild healthy habits that work best for you — and take back control of your physical and mental well-being.
Create healthy habits that work best for YOUR life, for the best chance at life.
- Manage Stress. Find tips here for better health and well-being.
- Move More. Get back into the rhythm of an active lifestyle.
- Eat Healty. Healthy eating starts with healthy food choices.
Leadership in Women’s Heart Disease: From Disparities to Economic Opportunity
What if there was a simple way to generate billions in economic benefits and add tens of thousands of productive years to our workforce? Women's Health Access Matters, Go Red for Women and an exceptional panel of experts will share new findings that show how investing in women’s heart research could be that catalyst. Join the roundtable Feb. 24 at 1 p.m. EST.
Also of note:
On February 1st, President Biden proclaimed February as American Heart Month, stating that his Administration is committed to supporting Americans in their efforts to achieve better heart health, as well as closing the racial gaps in cardiovascular disease.
"Heart disease is a leading cause of death in the United States, claiming the lives of more than 650,000 people each year. During American Heart Month, we raise awareness of the risks of heart disease, remember those we have lost, and highlight steps we can all take to save the lives of countless loved ones and address the unequal burden of heart disease in high-risk communities." -President Biden's American Heart Month Proclamation.
To read the full proclamation, visit the White House website.