February 6th is National Go Red For Women Day

Feb 5, 2015 / Cardiology

National Wear Red Day For Women occurs on the first Friday in February. Designed to urge women as well as people from all walks of life, businesses, towns, schools, buildings, and landmarks to “Go Red” and “Glow Red” to bring attention to the number one and number five killers of women- heart disease and stroke. On Friday, February 6th, help us turn Central Massachusetts red and save women’s lives from heart disease and stroke by wearing something red…a red dress, tie, jacket, scarf, hat, blouse, or shirt. Go Red For Women and show your commitment to reducing risk, improving health, and saving women’s lives.

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