Thank you to everyone who wore red on National Wear Red Day® to raise awareness regarding heart disease!

Now let's take action to live longer, healthier lives.

How can I prevent it?

Many things can put you at risk for these problems – one's you can control, and others that you can't. But the key takeaway is that with the right information, education and care, heart disease in women can be treated, prevented and even ended.

Studies show that healthy choices have resulted in 330 fewer women dying from heart disease per day. Here are a few lifestyle changes you should make:

Take Care!

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