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February 27, 2017

In more ways than one, February is all about heart. It's Valentine's Day, of course. And Galentine's Day. But what many people don't know is that it's also American Heart Month. That's important because heart disease and stroke are women's No. 1 killer, causing more deaths each year than all cancers combined.

When we think about heart disease, many of us think it's something to worry about later in life. But recent data shows that the risk factors for heart disease are rising in younger women. It's important for women in their 20s and 30s to make decisions now that are good for their hearts – and to encourage their friends, sisters, co-workers and colleagues to do the same.

Strong female friendships empower us, build us up and create support networks that help keep us healthy. We often look out for the women in our lives and know that they'll look out for us – and this includes talking to each other about our health, and our risks for a disease that will kill 1 in every 3 of us. The...

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