Tulane will be awash in red this Friday, February 3 in honor of National Wear Red Day.
Spokeswoman Shannon Hilaire says the event will feature a 1.5-mile dash from Miller Time Pub and Grill to the State Capitol. In 2014, nearly 14,000 IN residents died from heart disease, accounting for more than one IN every five deaths.
Go Red for Women Day is held the first Friday in February each year.
64% of women who die suddenly of coronary heart disease have no previous symptoms.
On Feb. 3, the 10th anniversary of Go Red, join millions of women and men on National Wear Red Day and wear red to help raise awareness about women and heart disease; to help the important women in your life - your mother, your daughter, your sister, but especially yourself!
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One-third of women have talked with their doctors about developing heart health plans. The initiative challenges women to know their risk for heart disease and take action to reduce it. Event attendees are encouraged to wear anything red - from a red accessory to full red attire - to remind women about the proportionately greater risk they face for cardiovascular disease and heart attacks. An estimated 44 million women in the US are affected by cardiovascular diseases with heart attack and stroke being the number one killer of women. Many women pursue health care, especially from specialists such as gynecologists, but aren't preparing themselves for their number one risk, she said.
Not sure where your heart disease risk lies?
Go Red For Women, nationally sponsored by Macy's, inspires women to make lifestyle changes, mobilize communities and shape policies to save lives.
Over 289,000 females in the USA died from heart disease in 2013, or about one in every FOUR women.