Go Red BetterU™

Women exercising and eating healthfully

Eat smart. Move more. Be well.

Providence and the American Heart Association are bringing the Go Red BetterU™ program back. Heart disease and stroke cause more deaths in women than all cancers combined. The good news is, a majority of cardiac events can be prevented with education and small, simple actions, including the management of high blood pressure.

What is Go Red BetterU™?

A few simple changes can have a profound impact on your heart health. During this free 4-week online program, we will help women transform their overall vascular health by utilizing blood pressure self-monitoring. This comprehensive program is designed for women who are ready to acquire the skills and information needed to take better care of their hearts.

This 4-week program will kick-off with an orientation on Wednesday, January 18, 2023, from 5:30 - 6:30 p.m. with weekly sessions starting Wednesday, February 1, 2023, at the same time for four weeks ending on Wednesday, February 22, 2023.

Learn more and register today

More Information & Resources

Learn the signs and symptoms of stroke and how to manage your risk.
Get resources and tips for tracking your blood pressure.
Heart disease and stroke are the No. 1 killers of women.
Learn about the dash eating plan and heart healthy recipes.
Risk factors are a variety of conditions or behaviors that increase your chance of developing heart disease and stroke.
Physical activity can increase your fitness and energy levels and improve mental health.
Research shows that women who track their activity habits are more successful at improving them.
Develop healthy habits to ease your stress.

Providence is a proud local sponsor of Go Red for Women. TM Go Red trademark AHA, Red Dress, trademark DHHS.


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