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Why Wear Red?
    

To raise awareness about the devastating toll of heart disease on women.

By remembering to wear red on a designated day (the first Friday of February), every one of us can be part of the cause to fight heart disease in women.

Learn about the organizations behind National Wear Red Day (02.01.2013) and about the role Texas Heart Institute plays in this shared mission.

 

Ask a Texas Heart Institute DoctorCan I see my family doctor for a woman's baseline heart tests?   — response by Dr. George Younis

 

Putting the puzzle together piece by piece . . . 
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February is American Heart Month
www.cdc.gov/Features/HeartMonth/  

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