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Thursday, February 02, 2006

Go Red for Women

The following is from:

"It’s time to take your heart health personally. Heart disease is the No. 1 killer of American women — and that means it is not “someone else’s problem.” As a woman, it’s your problem."
"That’s where the Go Red Heart Checkup comes in. This comprehensive evaluation of your overall heart health can help you now and in the future. By knowing your numbers and assessing your risks now, you can work with your doctor to significantly reduce your chances of getting heart disease tomorrow, next year, or 30 years from now!"
"So how does it work? First, you need to know your numbers. Next, you can assess your heart disease risks using the Go Red Heart Checkup personal heart-health assessment, which will be available beginning on February 14. Finally, you can work with your doctor to reduce your risks and chart your path to lifelong heart health!"

"Knowing your numbers is an important part of keeping your heart healthy. These numbers can help you and your doctor determine your risks and mark the progress you’re making toward a healthier heart."

"Print out this handy chart for a quick overview of numbers you need to know and the goals you need to achieve to reduce your risk for heart disease. Once you review the optimum numbers for heart health, learn how you can achieve and maintain them."

Thanks Diane for Passing this Along. She says : "This Friday is wear red day in honor of women and heart disease."


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