The Men of Mizzou Go Red In Support of Heart Month
and the recognition that heart disease is the No. 1 killer of women in the United States.
The men of Mizzou are making a difference (from left): University of Missouri System President Tim Wolfe, MU Chancellor R. Bowen Loftin, Mizzou Head Football Coach Gary Pinkel, Mizzou Men’s Head Basketball Coach Kim Anderson, Mizzou Head Coach for Strength and Conditioning Pat Ivey; Mizzou Athletic Director Mike Alden and MU Health System Executive Vice Chancellor Harold Williamson Jr.
As husbands, sons and fathers, the Men of Mizzou encourage all women to play an active role in monitoring their heart health. The specialists at University of Missouri Health Care’s Heart and Vascular Center are equipped to educate women on heart health, including the warning signs of heart disease, and treat heart attacks with the latest techniques and equipment.
Hear from our team
University of Missouri Health Care’s cardiovascular team takes a comprehensive approach to your heart care.
What you can do
- Lower your blood pressure and cholesterol.
- Eat for your health.
- Kick the smoking habit.
- Maintain a healthy weight.
University of Missouri scientists are ranked among the world's best in cardiovascular disease research. MU’s 22nd annual Cardiovascular Day, which will be held Feb. 17, 2015, presents an opportunity to share information about cardiovascular research at MU with colleagues, the university community, area physicians, and other colleges and universities in the region.