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With the help of men and women like you, as well as companies and volunteers that support us, we have made a significant impact around the issue of women and heart disease. In fact, in the last six years we have raised awareness of the fact that heart disease is the number one killer of women and also raised over $153 million towards much needed research of cardiovascular disease. However, our work is not done. Heart disease is still the No. 1 killer, and there are too many women who are not aware of this disease and  the actions they can take to reduce their risk, and as a result are dying at the rate of 1 per minute. It's Our Hearts. Our Choice. Together we can beat heart disease.
That's why this Friday, February 6, hundreds of thousands of people will celebrate National Wear Red Day. It’s the day to wear your favorite red clothes or accessory — a red blouse, a red dress pin, a fabulous red handbag — put on red lipstick, or sport a red tie and red socks. Go red in your own fashion to show your support for women. Join us in our fight against heart disease and you'll receive a free red dress pin to wear and go red any day of the year.

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This is an email to me from American Heart Association. I have included the link if anyone is interested in checking them out.

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