National Wear Red Day raises awareness for heart disease

National Wear Red Day raises awareness for heart disease

National Wear Red Day raises awareness for heart disease

A number of Doctors, Nurses, and other staff gathered showing their support of "Wear Red Day", and Cardiologist Dr. Majerus says that the awareness of women and heart disease continues to grow thanks to "Wear Red Day".

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Women (and men) across America will be color-coordinating today for National Wear Red Day 2018, which aims to dispel myths surrounding heart diseases.

No, there isn't a UofL game today, but you may still see a lot of people dressed in red.

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80 percent of cardiac and stroke events, however, may be prevented with education and action. And while you're at it, you can also donate online to help fight the disease that causes one out of every three of our sisters' deaths each year.

The good news is that heart disease and stroke may be prevented by understanding your family health history, knowing your numbers and making simple lifestyle changes. You can purchase Red Dress pins for $3 each, and 100% of the proceeds benefit Go Red for Women.

The easiest way to participate is by simply wearing red. One way to raise awareness is through National Wear Red Day. Macy's is also helping out.

Since 2004, the retailer has raised a staggering $65 million for the American Heart Association's signature campaign!

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