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Go Red For Heart Disease Awareness

The American Heart Association says most women still don't know that heart disease is their number one killer. That's why they're launching the Go Red campaign and they hope you'll join in. City Council members along with members of American Heart Association kicked off the year long initiative Wednesday at the Knipling center, inside Covenant Medical Center.

The initiative is an effort to bring awareness to heart disease in women. You can help by wearing red on February 6th.

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