On Friday, February 5, on the 18th Anniversary of National Wear Red Day® (aka Wear Red Day), women throughout New Jersey and the country, as well as schools, corporations, businesses, hospitals, towns, local and state legislators, members of the media, and people from all walks of life, will be wearing red, going red, and “glowing” red to focus attention on the No. 1 and No. 4 causes of death of women – heart disease and stroke. Overall, cardiovascular disease is the No. 1 killer of women. Roughly 1,200 New Jersey businesses, schools, towns, organizations, clubs and other locations, and close to 60 New Jersey landmarks, buildings, and properties “went red” last February in observance of National Wear Red Day.
This Friday, February 5, GoMo Health will be all in to support women’s health. Join us and support the American Heart Association Go Red For Women® movement and National Wear Red Day for Women by wearing something red – a red dress, tie, jacket, scarf, hat, blouse or shirt…or mask!
More than 1 million women’s lives have been saved (and counting!) thanks to National Wear Red Day and the American Heart Association Go Red for Women® movement. Join us tomorrow and be relentless in support of women’s health. Learn more about the American Heart Association Go Red for Women® movement or National Wear Red Day by clicking here.
VIEW PROVEN RESULTS WITH OUR LATEST WHITE PAPER AND LEARN MORE ABOUT CARDIAC IMPLEMENTATION OF PERSONAL CONCIERGE™
Download our white paper created in collaboration with The Heart House, detailing their Cardiac Concierge Care Program. Learn how the program measured a 98% medication adherence rate (versus 40-50% for the national average) and a 43% decrease in tobacco use following program enrollment.