Wearing red to save lives

Your health is close to our hearts- literally.

February 2 is National Wear Red Day, a time to don a piece of red clothing to promote awareness for heart health. As the day goes on, we plan to create a photo gallery of people showing their support for heart health- especially for women.

Heart disease is the number one killer of women, killing about one woman every minute. You can find your risks by clicking here.


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