See a Red Dress, Remember to Protect Your Heart

By Jane Fox, RN, MSN, CCRN
Prevent Heart Disease - Know Your Numbers

Across America people can identify the significance of pink ribbons. They know what it means when professional teams sport the color pink. They understand when they shop at the grocery store why their bottled water is covered with large pink ribbons in October. But do the people of America know the significance of a red dress pin?

Jumping rope is a heart-healthy activity

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When Nikki Ward, principal of St John the Baptist Elementary in Draper, signed on to the My Heart Challenge, she knew she needed to find additional ways to be active. What better way than jumping feet first into her school's jump rope team practice. Watch Nikki as she takes to the jump rope with the Skaggs Skippers to show how fun jumping rope can be.​​​​

#GoRedLiveWell and Fight Heart Disease

By Jason M Carlton

Heart disease is the No. 1 killer of women in the United States, claiming more lives than all forms of cancer combined, according to the American Heart Association. The #GoRedLiveWell project will help raise awareness of the disease and encourage all women to fight against heart disease. 

5 Tips for Starting Your Summer Exercise Routine

By Meagan Kline

Schools out. Outdoor pools are open. The sun is shining. Summer is upon us. So if you're getting ready to start a summer exercise routine, here are five tips that will help you stick to your goal, get active, and help improve your heart health.