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Duluth Goes Red for National Wear Red Day

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Doctor Holding a Small Heart Shape PillowNational Wear Red Day®* is Friday, February 1. "National Wear Red Day was created by the American Heart Association (AHA) to raise awareness about women and heart disease," says Disha Mookherjee, MD, FACC, St. Luke's Cardiology Associates. "Here at St. Luke's, the whole hospital goes red."

Go Red for Women luncheon

St. Luke's also sponsors the American Heart Association's Go Red For Women Luncheon on March 6, hosted by Mary Boylan, MD, St. Luke's Cardiothoracic Associates. Along with AHA and the community, this year St. Luke's celebrates 10 years of Go Red For Women! To attend the luncheon with a group of friends, call the AHA at 218.727.7297.

Get everyone involved

"Tell your family, your friends, your employer, tell everyone about National Wear Red Day," says Dr. Mookherjee. "Also, visit the Go Red website to get free resources to help celebrate National Wear Red Day." In addition, everyone is welcome to participate in March's Go Red For Women Luncheon, send an item for the silent auction, become a sponsor or donate to the AHA to support research.

If you'd like more information about National Wear Red Day or the Go Red For Women Luncheon, call St. Luke's Cardiology Associates at 218.249.3057.