Mercy Medical Center will join in National Wear Red Day on Feb. 1. The hospital is encouraging employees and community members to “go red” to raise awareness of women’s heart disease. Participants can wear anything red, such as a dress, lipstick, tie, socks or shirt. Nationwide, heart disease is the number one killer of women. “National Wear Red Day is a great opportunity to reach out to women in our community and alert them to their personal risk factors for heart disease. By wearing red and participating in ‘Go Red for Women’ on Feb. 1, we can all show our …
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