Many of us know that heart disease is the biggest health risk for women— yet too few of us are taking steps to protect our heart. During National Heart Month, join us for these fun events and learn how to get started.
Duke Heart Center’s Pretty Party in Red
Friday, February 6, 5:30-9 pm, Searle Center at Duke University Medical Center
Kick off your heels, lace up your sneakers and join us for a health fair with screenings, Zumba, massages and makeovers. Plus enjoy a dinner salad and pairing of dark chocolate and red wine to keep your heart healthy. Don’t forget to wear red! The cost is $15 payable at the door.
Save-a-life bystander CPR training
Saturday, February 21, 10 am-1 pm, Durham County Department of Public Health
Learn important lifesaving skills during this family-oriented event, with training sessions on compression-only CPR, using an automatic external defibrillator (AED) and choking safety. Sessions last one hour and are free.
To register, call 888-275-DUKE or visit dukemedicine.org/events.