Wear red to support Go Red For Women on February 2

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It's National Wear Red Day®, celebrated on the first Friday of February each year. Fortunately, about 80 percent of cardiovascular diseases can be prevented through education and lifestyle changes.

Three women, Suzanne Winchester, Claire Larson and Madison Watterson are all heart survivors and shared their remarkable stories with us today, and why it's so important to Go Red on National Wear Red Day.

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According to the report, the early signs of a heart attack were missed in 78 per cent of women and they are more likely than men to die or suffer a second heart attack.

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Wearing red and dining in at one of the participating restaurants to receive a free heart-healthy menu item of the restaurant's choice. For more information and downloadable materials, visit the Go Red For Women website.

"We're honored to have the tremendous support of volunteers from every corner of our great state take the time to knit and crochet these adorable hats", said Sarah Bolyard, West Virginia Executive Director of the American Heart Association.

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Moser noted research has only just uncovered the SCAD heart attack - spontaneous coronary artery dissection - which is nearly exclusive to women because of the smaller arteries feeding their hearts. "So anything we can do to promote awareness for others that are struggling with a heart condition or aren't as lucky or as healthy as ours". Funds raised support fitness programs, educational sessions and health screening events. "The truth is, anything you do will help". Their goal is to light the way for future generations and educate women on how to prevent heart disease. Go Red For Women is nationally sponsored by Macy's and CVS Health; and locally by New York City Goes Red Sponsors, Northwell Health and the Elizabeth Elting Foundation.

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