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Mothers, daughters, sisters, aunts — every day, women are dying at the rate of almost one per minute. Show your support for the fight against heart disease in women by wearing red. It’s an easy, powerful way to raise awareness of the No. 1 killer of Hispanic women - heart disease.

"Going Red" is as easy as putting on a red dress, a red tie or a red dress pin. Just Wear Red to show your support. Don't have anything to wear? No problem. Sign up and receive your FREE red dress pin, then wear it proudly.


Did you know? On average, Hispanic women are likely to develop heart disease 10 years earlier than other women. Despite the heightened risk, most are still unaware of the threat to themselves and their families. The good news is that heart disease can be prevented.


You can easily spread this important message:

  • Wear Red on National Wear Red Day® Friday, Feb. 1, 2013. Show women everywhere that you support the fight against heart disease in Hispanic women. Wear red and encourage your family and friends to do the same. Find great items at ShopGoRed.com. And find Wear Red Day events in your area by visiting our Meetup.com/GoRedForWomen page.
  • Go Social. Go Red.
    • Find us on Facebook and LIKE our page
    • Post a photo of yourself wearing red on Flickr
    • Tweet about #GoRedCorazon
  • Become a Spokesperson for the Cause. Tell us how heart disease has impacted your life and/or the changes you're making for a healthier lifestyle for yourself and your family. Share your story in February at a local Go Red Connect event. Or post it on our Go Red Por Tu Corazón Facebook page. Or send an email to GoRedCorazon@hotmail.org. You might be selected as one of our 2012 spokespersons!


Find out more about National Wear Red Day at our special website (in English):Start Today

Your Family Tree

Did you know that the tendency to develop heart disease is passed from one family member to another? But heart disease can be prevented by practicing healthy eating habits and frequent physical activity. Use the document below to help you map out your family’s health history. Do it for yourself and for those you love.