We are honored to serve as the chairs of the Go Red for Women Team. Thank you for your support and generosity to Delaware's Go Red for Women movement! In celebration of our Luncheon & Fashion Show, we you to think about what you can do to GO RED today....
Can you find time to exercise? To call and schedule an appointment with your physician? To cook a heart-healthy meal for your family? There are so many ways to GO RED every day.
Go Red for Women is more than a message. It's a nationwide movement that celebrates the energy, passion and power we have as women to unite in the effort to wipe out heart disease.
Thanks to the participation of millions of people like you across the country, the color RED has become linked with the ability all women have to improve our heart health and live longer, stronger lives.
Too few people realize that heart disease is the Number 1 killer of American women. But the good news is that heart disease can largely be prevented. Go Red for Women empowers us with the knowledge and the tools we need to take positive action to reduce our risk of heart disease and stroke.
By joining us on Friday, February 4, 2011, you are making a commitment to love your own heart. You are also making a difference in the lives of thousands of other women across the country. Together, we can conquer this killer. Together, we can GO RED FOR WOMEN!
Debbie has worked at Bayhealth Medical Center for 19 years as a social worker in the Care Management Department. Care Management staff utilize the American Heart Association's Get With the Guidelines program to ensure that heart patients receive the highest quality of care. She modeled in the 2010 fashion show. She is pictured here with Dr. Harjinder Grewal, a cardiologist with Cardiology Consultants P.A. Dr. Grewal is also past president of the local Kent County Board of the American Heart Association and current member of the Southern Delaware Board of the American Heart Association. He has sponsored the valet parking for the Go Red For Women Luncheon & Fashion Show.
Join Joanne, Ann and Debbie and Make it Your Mission to help in the fight against heart disease in women.
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