SCOTCH PLAINS-FANWOOD, NJ -- Women (and men, too) across the country showed support for women's heart health education by participating in the American Heart Association's annual "Go Red for Women" campaign on Friday, Feb. 2. The effort calls attention to heart disease, the silent killer, which leads to the deaths of more women than any other cause. 

Workers at the Scotch Plains Municipal Building and the Scotch Plains Public Library supported the effort by wearing red to work. In the evening, Chelsea Senior Living in Fanwood hosted its annual women's heart health expo, which featured blood pressure screenings, chair massages, heart-healthy foods, information about the benefits of acupuncture, and a yoga demonstration. 

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