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Observe National Wear Red Day

11:35 AM, Jan. 25, 2013
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Feb. 1 is "National Wear Red Day," an American Heart Association event to raise awareness about heart disease and stroke risks for women.

State officials urge Wisconsin women to learn about these major health threats.

In 2010, heart disease and strokes were responsible for more than 30 percent of the deaths among Wisconsin women, according to Dr. Henry Anderson, state health officer. Nationally, heart disease is the major cause of death among women older than 25, with strokes the third major cause of death for this age group, he noted, and both claim more women's lives than cancer. ...

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