Coronary Disease is the number one cause of death among American women, that's according to the American Heart Association, which is sponsoring the 6th annual Women and Heart Health Conference Monday at the Knipling Center.
You can still register from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. on Monday. The cost is $20 and that includes your lunch. The conference continues until 1:30 with several guest speakers there to provide what is being called "a healing journey for women."
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