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Friday, February 2nd is national "Go Red For Women" day.
Preventing heart disease starts with knowing your numbers: total cholesterol, HDL cholesterol, blood pressure, blood sugar, and body mass index (BMI).
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"We are proud to support the "Go Red for Women" movement here at Harbor Country Day School", said Head of School John Cissel. Share a picture of yourself, your family, your coworkers and friends wearing red with the hash tag #BhamGoRed and encourage others to do the same.
Mayor Allen Joines will also deliver a National Wear Red Day proclamation. "It's only fitting that our faculty and staff should lead by example, in this case by supporting the American Heart Association's invaluable efforts to tackle a major health concern among women".More news: Irish busker says appearing on The Ellen Show was 'amazing'
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