National Wear Red Day® is part of the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women® initiative aimed at improving the heart health of women globally.
Send or post this digital flyer in late January or early February to promote National Wear Red Day. Encourage your members to wear red to help kick it off.View
Use this simple copy in your internal communications (emails, blog posts, etc.) this February to raise awareness about American Heart Month and the importance of a healthy heart.View
Promote heart health to your members during American Heart Month by sharing these articles and blog posts .View
Get guidance on how to leverage social media to spread awareness about heart health and learn how to enter for a chance to have a donation made on your organization’s behalf to the American Heart Association.View
Share some or all these 28 heart health tips – one for each day of February – to help your members reduce their risk of heart disease, heart attack, and stroke.For EmployeesFor Health Plan MembersFor Medicare Members
Hang this poster in your workplace – or share it digitally – to educate your members of the varying heart attack symptoms for men and women.View
Share this overview of Life’s Essential 8, which are the key measures for improving and maintaining cardiovascular health, as defined by the American Heart Association.View
Share this overview in Spanish of Life’s Essential 8, which are the key measures for improving and maintaining cardiovascular health, as defined by the American Heart Association.View
Help your team learn the steps to perform hands-only CPR in 60 seconds with this video from the American Heart Association that shows hands-only CPR in action.View
Participating in community events like the American Heart Association’s Heart Walk can be a great way to engage with your employees. If your organization is interested in registering a team, we’d love to help make that happen.Get Sponsored
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