Women fighting heart disease are finding strength in one another. Heart Match, an online program created by the American Heart Association, is joining women on their journey. Maria and Keilee, who met at a Go Red meeting, find strength in … Continue reading
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By wearing red on Friday, February 4–National Wear Red Day– we show our support for Go Red For Women and heart disease awareness — a disease that claims the lives of 500,000 women every year.
More women than men die of heart disease each year. Women are six times as likely to die of heart disease than breast cancer. And heart disease kills more women over 65 than all cancers combined.