POWERED by HEART

MORE THAN
$65 MILLION RAISED!

That’s how Macy’s Goes Red For Women. With your support since 2004, every dollar donated to Go Red For Women® has helped fund lifesaving research and awareness that adds more time to women's lives.

That means more time to be entrepreneurs, innovators and business moguls. More time to be moms, sisters, partners and friends. More time to be you.

SUPPORT in STYLE

2018 WEAR RED SHOP

Now through February 28, Macy's will donate 10% of the purchase price of this dress by Calvin Klein and this Thalia Sodi dress and t-shirt to the American Heart Association's Go Red for Women® movement.

STAND OUT while
TAKING A STAND

CALVIN KLEIN
DRESS

SHOP NOWU

TURN HEADS and TRANSFORM
HEARTS

THALIA SODI
DRESS

SHOP NOWU

SET THE TREND and
SAVE HEARTS ALL AT ONCE

THALIA SODI
T-SHIRT

SHOP NOWU

AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION'S
GO RED FOR WOMEN®

RED DRESS
COLLECTION® 2018

—PRESENTED BY MACY’S—

New York Fashion Week’s boldest show is here. See celebs strut their stuff in designer dresses that truly make a statement—for women’s heart health.

WATCH LIVE

on the Go Red For
Women® Facebook page on Feb.8

WED, JAN. 31—MON, FEB. 5

MACY'S WEAR RED SALE

EXTRA 25%

OFF STOREWIDE

EXTRA 15% OR 10% OFF SELECT DEPTS.

Save IN STORES when you purchase a red dress pin for $3 to benefit Go Red for Women®

OR

wear red to show your support.

SEE EXCLUSIONS & DETAILSSEE EXCLUSIONS & DETAILS 100% of pin sales benefit Go Red for Women®

FRI, FEB. 2

National Wear Red Day®

HEIDI STEWART, heart disease

TARA ROBINSON, heart disease

JEN HYDE, congenital heart disease & heart valve replacement

UNITED in THE LIGHT

REAL WOMEN,
REAL RESOLVE

Get to know the members of this spirited sisterhood who’ve battled heart disease and won. Their encouraging stories can help increase your awareness of your health risks—read about their bravery, get inspired & aim to live longer!

MEET THE WOMEN

THE STATS and THE FACTS

WHAT'S YOUR
HEART DISEASE IQ?

Test your knowledge of this major health
issue in our short quiz.

1/5

Cardiovascular diseases affect women of all ages.

True
False

GOOD ANSWER!

For younger women, the combination of birth control pills and smoking boosts heart disease risks by 20%. Meanwhile, overeating and a sedentary lifestyle can lead to clogged arteries later in life.

NOT QUITE.

For younger women, the combination of birth control pills and smoking boosts heart disease risks by 20%. Meanwhile, overeating and a sedentary lifestyle can lead to clogged arteries later in life.

2/5

Heart disease and stroke causes death for how many women each year?

1 in 20
1 in 10
1 in 3
1 in 50

THAT'S CORRECT.

Heart disease is the no.1 killer of women. The good news? According to the American Heart Association, 80% of heart disease and stroke can be prevented by lifestyle change and education.

ALMOST GOT IT.

Heart disease is the no.1 killer of women. The good news? According to the American Heart Association, 80% of heart disease and stroke can be prevented by lifestyle change and education.

3/5

What lifestyle change can help improve your health and manage your risk forprevent heart disease?

Manage blood pressure
Reduce blood sugar
Stay active
Stop smoking
All of the above

YOU GOT IT!

Those four lifestyle changes—plus lowering cholesterol, eating better and losing weight—make up "Life's Simple 7," which are easy steps to improve your health and manage your heart risk.

THAT'S NOT ALL!

In fact, if you follow all of "Life's Simple 7" steps—manage blood pressure, reduce blood sugar, stay active, stop smoking, lower cholesterol, eat better and lose weight—you'll help to improve your health and manage your heart risk.

4/5

Heart disease only affects women who don't exercise.

True
False

YOU KNOW YOUR STUFF!

Even if you're a workout wonder woman, you can have high cholesterol—a risk factor for heart disease.

NOT QUITE.

Even if you're a workout wonder woman, you can have high cholesterol—a risk factor for heart disease.

5/5

When should women visit their doctor for a checkup?

Every 6 months
Once per year
Every other year

YES, EXACTLY!

Make regular checkups an annual priority. Don't wait until you feel symptoms.

NICE TRY.

Make regular checkups an annual priority. Don't wait until you feel symptoms.

NEXTU

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All statistics provided by the American Heart Association. Go Red is a trademark of AHA. The Red Dress is a trademark of DHHS. National Wear Red Day is a registered trademark of DHHS and AHA.