A woman in a colonial dress is ironing, while at home with her baby when the ground starts to rumble. The floor beneath her rises and suddenly, she's dressed like Rosie the Riveter. Although people say it's a man's world, this woman doesn't see anybody's name on it. When the ground moves again, she's standing in front of a crowd, fighting for women's rights in the 1970s. After one final move, the woman is at her desk in a modern office and now, she claims women can do anything men can do. In fact, there's one thing they can do better. As she's lying on the floor, the American Heart Association reminds us that one in three women die from heart disease and stroke.