American Heart Association encourages people to 'Wear Red'
BATON ROUGE - Members of the American Heart Association are fighting to make more women aware of the threat of heart disease, one red dress at a time.
The "Go Red For Women" campaign stopped by the WBRZ studios today for a red dress fashion show.
The campaign is meant to raise awareness that more women die of heart disease than all cancers combined.
You can find out more about the campaign by visiting the American Heart Association's website.
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