Go Red: Black Women and Heart Disease

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  • Wear Red
  • What Is Heart Disease?
  • The Silent Killer
  • The Signs of a Heart Attack
  • Why Us?
  • Smoking and Heart Disease
  • Access to Health Care Matters
  • Heart Disease Is Linked to Early Menopause
  • Reducing Your Risk
  • Educate Yourself

Wear Red

On Friday for National Wear Red Day, Go Red for Women is encouraging women to wear red to raise awareness around heart disease, the number one killer of Black women in the U.S.  

Here’s some important information on how this disease impacts us and what we can do to prevent it.  — Kellee Terrell

(Photo: Go Red for Women Association)

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