Have you got your RED on today? Hope so because it’s for a good cause. Did you know that heart disease is the No. #1 killer of women. More than any things else including cancer.
Today is the day that you share Go Red Day to make sure every woman and man know how to recognize warnings and learn about treatments for Heart Disease in Women.
Last night on the Exceptions To The Rules Radio Show we had as one of our guest, Dr. Laxmi Mehta practicing physician at OSU Wexner Medical Center and director of the Cardiovascular programs who was acting as the spokesperson from the American Heart Association local Columbus Chapter; to talk about Heart Disease and Go Red Day.
Continue Reading to hear more about Go Red Day, An Open House Party for Go Red Day at the Color Me Red Happy Hour, Friday, February 1, 2013, 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. at the Mine Body Sole Boutique & Beauty Bar event, City of Columbus Wear RED Day Proclamation, and more
Celebrating 10 years of the, American Heart Association’s, Go Red for Women® Enjoy an evening of shopping, pampering, networking and more! Color Me Red Happy Hour Friday, February 1, 2013 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Mine Body Sole Boutique & Beauty Bar 4764 North High Street Columbus, OH 43214
Each Guest will receive a VIP bag filled with goodies (*while supplies last) along with heart health and fitness information.
Complimentary blood pressure screenings will be available.
Celebrating your health, wealth and wellness!
Trina Davis,Marketing Director
Mobile Office: 614-218-6653
Dr. Laxmi Mehta,MD is the clinical director of the Women’s Cardiovascular Health Program and an assistant professor of clinical medicine at The Ohio State University Medical Center. Dr. Mehta is also the associate program director for education for Ohio State’s Center for Women’s Health. Dr. Mehta earned her medical degree at Northeastern Ohio University College of Medicine in Rootstown, Ohio. #GoRedForWomen!
Dr. Mehta, MD advocated Wear Red Day here in Columbus, Ohio and was just awarded a Proclamation That All Columbus Citizens should be encouraged to wear RED on FEBRUARY 1st Every Year hereafter— BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that this Council urges Columbus residents to wear red in recognition of family, friends, and neighbors who have suffered from heart disease, and as a show of support for women and cardiovascular health.
Written and Produced by PR WITH A Purpose E. Michelle Lee-
E. Michelle Lee, Radio Show Host, Publicist, and Author is a regular columnist in the Ohio MBE Newspaper Published by the 912 Group- Check out her latest article in the newest edition here Click January 15,2013 .