Interactive Health, a national leader for its personalized wellness solutions, announced it is supporting the American Heart Association on a shared mission of improving health and reducing heart disease risk and death.
One of the tools the American Heart Association uses to “help build healthier lives” is #MyLifeCheck which gives you a score for how healthy your heart is. Once you have your score you can use #Life’sSimple7 to improve your health.
Heart disease is the No. 1 killer of women causing 1 in 3 deaths among women each year. Go Red For Women is a campaign sponsored by the American Heart Association that seeks to change this knowing that 80% of these cardiac deaths may be prevented through education and action.
February is American Heart Month and the American Heart Association, which has led the fight against heart disease for more than sixty years, has new statistics to share, an ongoing campaign to join, and events happening throughout the month. Celebrate American Heart Month and help make a difference.