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April 12: Annual Go Red For Women Wellness Expo and Luncheon


 

The American Heart Association's "Go Red For Women" Movement and Saint Thomas Health

Go Red For Women Movement Local Chairs: Tracey Power and Saletta Holloway

A Wellness Expo and Luncheon to celebrate and raise awareness of the importance of women's heart health in our community.


Marathon Music Works

1402 Clinton Street, Nashville, TN 37203

Thursday, April 12, 2018

Wellness Expo starts at 10:00 am, Luncheon starts at Noon


Cardiovascular diseases kill nearly 1 in 3 women each year. That's about one woman every 80 seconds but the good news is that 80% of cardiovascular diseases may be preventable through lifestyle changes and education. Through community events like this one, we can educate people about their risk for heart disease and stroke, encourage them to share their knowledge with loved ones, and work together to save lives.

More stats here.

NashvilleGoRed.Heart.Org

The Wellness Expo will include health screenings, fitness tips, fun games, a photo booth, music, silent auction and more.

  • Luncheon Program includes an honest, heart-healthy conversation between three Saint Thomas Health physicians: Dr. Kelly Davis, Cardiologist; Dr. Amy Neff, Primary Care Physician; and Dr. Connie Graves, OBGYN
  • Compelling and impactful survivor story.
  • Interviews available from campaign chairs, survivor(s), panelists/medical experts

 
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