February 2 is Wear Red Day

National Wear Red Day: Why do we wear red?

LIVE: Go Red For Women

Visit GoRedForWomen.org for more information on preventing heart disease in women.

Launched in 2004 by the American Heart Association (AHA), National Wear Red Day also aims to raise funds for research into the misunderstood disease.

A number of Doctors, Nurses, and other staff gathered showing their support of "Wear Red Day", and Cardiologist Dr. Majerus says that the awareness of women and heart disease continues to grow thanks to "Wear Red Day".

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80 percent of cardiac and stroke events, however, may be prevented with education and action.

According to the American Heart Association, cardiovascular diseases, which includes stroke, claim the life of a woman about every 80 seconds.

The easiest way to participate is by simply wearing red.

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The annual "Go Red for Women" luncheon is this midday at the Ritz Carlton in Clayton. This year, they have a goal to raise $2,000,000.

If you need a little help getting red-y today, check out these samples we've gathered for your street style inspiration.

Macy's is also celebrating Wear Red Day and is offering sales in-store and online through February 5.

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More heart healthy habits can be found HERE at goredforwomen.org as well as a donation link to the American Heart Association's Go Red for Women Cause.

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