American Heart Month

American Heart Month
Heart disease can be prevented. During February, the American Heart Association celebrated American Heart Month and encourages people everywhere to get a checkup and learn more about heart disease. The month begins with National Wear Red Day on Feb. 2, 2018, created to call attention to heart disease and stroke risks in women. 

Find out what lifestyle changes you can make to decrease your chances of getting heart disease today. 
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