Friday, Feb. 3, 2017, is National Wear Red Day. What does it mean to wear
red on this day? The American Heart Association says that 1 in 3 women
die each year from heart disease and stroke. Setting aside one day to
wear red--the color of our hearts--is a reminder that heart disease is
the #1 killer of women, but lifestyle changes can reduce risk.
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Take a selfie with yourself and some friends all in red, then post it
on Twitter with #GoRedWearRed to spread the word about heart disease.
Learn more at www.goredforwomen.org.
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