Heart disease is the number one killer in the United States. One in three women will die of stroke or heart disease each year. A major part of the prevention of this terrible disease is being aware. Knowing what to do, how to identify risks and implementing the plan allows each of us to live longer and healthier lives.
The American Heart Association strives for this awareness. President Obama has declared February as American Heart Month. And one of the first events is this Friday, February 6th – National Wear Red Day.
Help spread the awareness. All you have to do is wear red. Put on that red dress, don that red blazer or accessorize with the red tie or purse. Show your support of this wonderful cause. Show your support of all those people who have overcome and now survive and thrive. Show your support of all those families who have lost a loved one to this dreaded disease.
Show your support by wearing red.
In my role as an estate planning attorney, I get to see all the good that people do for these great causes. And I see the impacts that this support has on the families of those affected.
Let us all join together and wear red.
Contributed by MH Estate Planning Attorney, James P. Plitz.
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