Red Chair Series
locally sponsored by
The American Heart Association’s signature women’s initiative, Go Red for Women, is a catalyst for change to improve the lives of women globally. We believe the more a woman knows about heart disease, the better chance she has of beating it. That’s why we are partnering with Northwell Health for this special video series educating women on how to be heart healthy. With a collective message to “reclaim their rhythm” this series will bring together powerful women leaders from the Katz Institute for Women’s Health at Northwell Health to “raise health” for all. It is our pleasure to bring you the Red Chair Series:
Episode 1: What Every Woman Should Know About Heart Disease with Dr. Eugenia Gianos
Welcome to the first installment of the NYC Red Chair Series presented by Northwell Health. In this episode we are joined by Dr. Eugenia Gianos to give us an overview of what every woman should know about heart disease .
Episode 2: What Every Woman Should Know: Where Cardiology and OB Meet with Dr. Evelina Grayver
In the second installment of the NYC Red Chair Series presented by Northwell Health, Dr. Evelina Grayver talks about the connection between maternal health and cardiovascular health. Surprisingly, heart disease and stroke are the leading causes of death in new mothers in the U.S.
- How to be a Good Patient
- The Heart/Brain connection (mental well-being)
Other News from Live Fierce. Go Red sponsored by Northwell Health:
New York: American Heart Association, Northwell Health Combine Forces to Combat Heart Disease, Women’s No. 1 Health Threat
An important fact we all need to understand is cardiovascular disease remains the No. 1 killer of women, causing 1 in 3 deaths each year claiming more women’s lives than all forms of cancer combined. That’s approximately one woman every minute!
The American Heart Association in New York City, Westchester and Long Island is proud to announce an expanded relationship with Northwell Health designed to address cardiovascular health and the unique issues facing women. The sponsorship will continue to raise awareness that heart disease is the No. 1 health threat for women, empower women to take action on their health, and continue to help remove the barriers women face in order to achieve good health. Why? Because losing even one woman to cardiovascular disease is one too many.
“Women, especially Black and Hispanic women, are disproportionally impacted by heart disease and stroke, and research shows that heart attacks are on the rise in younger women. Yet, younger generations of women, Gen Z and Millennials, are less likely to be aware of their greatest health threat or know that 80 percent of heart disease is preventable.” said Stacey E. Rosen, M.D., senior vice president of women’s health at the Katz Institute for Women’s Health, Northwell Health and member of the American Heart Association Eastern States Board of Directors. “Knowledge is power. That’s why it’s important that Northwell Health and the American Heart Association collaborate to elevate the risk of heart disease and ignite women to take charge of their heart health.”
American Heart Month 2022:
CBSN: Dr. Rachel-Maria Brown Talaska Highlights Heart Disease Rates For African Americans, Disparities In Medical Care
The American Heart Association says the rate of high blood pressure for African Americans is one of the highest in the world. CBS2’s Elise Finch spoke to Dr. Rachel-Maria Brown Talaska, a health ambassador with the Heart Association and the director of in-patient cardiac services at Lenox Hill Hospital, about these issues. Watch the full interview.
FOX 5: Dr. Rosen and heart patient Maura celebrate National Wear Red Day
CBS 2: Mother Recalls Receiving Shocking Cardiovascular Disease Diagnosis At Young Age
On Friday, February 4, 2022, women across the nation are wearing red to draw attention to a deadly disease — cardiovascular disease, the number one killer of women. CBS2’s Carolyn Gusoff spoke with one young mother who never imagined she was at risk.
“Like an elephant was sitting on my chest,” said Cassidy Hayes, of Garden City.
Dr. Grayver says the case is rare but underscores the warning to women on this National Wear Red Day — be aware of the body’s warning signs of cardiovascular disease, responsible for one in three women’s deaths. Watch the full interview.