Go Red For Women
MERRILLVILLE | With a little help, Bella Bahus climbed the three steps to the stage and claimed her tiara and title of "princess of the day."
Keynote speaker Jennifer Buss talks about how heart disease has affected multiple generations in her family during the American Heart Association's Go Red For Women educational symposium Thursday at the Radisson Hotel in Merrillville. Buss, her grandmother, father and 6-year-old son all have…
Laura Waluszko introduces local heart disease survivors Thursday during the American Heart Association's Go Red For Women educational symposium at the Radisson Hotel in Merrillville.
About 400 people attended the American Heart Association's Go Red For Women educational symposium Thursday at the Radisson Hotel in Merrillville.
Local heart disease survivors pose for pictures during the 2013 American Heart Association's Go Red For Women Educational Symposium at the Radisson Star Plaza.
VALPARAISO | Valparaiso University's Harre Union was a sea of red Friday morning for Go Red for Women.
Jennifer Buss, survivor of a mitral valve prolapse, speaks Friday at the Go Red breakfast at Valparaiso University.
Cynthia Williams, who survived congestive heart failure, smiles as her daughter, Kennedy Williams, 3, waves to the crowd on Friday during the Go Red event at Valparaiso University.
People across the country will don red clothes Friday to draw attention to heart disease, the No. 1 killer of American women and men.
Six years ago, Jennifer Buss began to feel ill as she drove her car. Just as she was able to pull off the road and stop, she passed out. A trip to a cardiologist revealed she needed immediate open heart surgery.
Keynote speaker Connie Adams of Methodist Hospitals talks about the warning signs of heart attacks during the Go Red for Women Luncheon 2012 at the Saints Peter & Paul Macedonian Hall.
MERRILLVILLE | It was 17 degrees below zero outside, but Nicki Caylor was sweating. The Valparaiso woman was 29 years old, physically fit and training for the military when she collapsed from a heart attack.
Heart health event Thursday
CROWN POINT | Red was the color of the day as 275 men and women gathered for the Crown Point Go Red luncheon Friday in support of the American Heart Association's National Wear Red Day.
Dawn Collins, chairwoman for this year's Go Red event, speaks Friday afternoon at a luncheon in Crown Point.
Keynote speaker Connie Adams of Methodist Hospitals talks Friday afternoon about the warning signs of heart attacks during the the Go Red for Women luncheon in Crown Point.
Diners take a few minutes to discuss goals for changes they could make in their lifestyles to improve their health Friday during the Go Red for Women luncheon at the SS. Peter and Paul Macedonian Hall in Crown Poin.
The Go Red for Women luncheon Friday afternoon drew a crowd of hundreds at the SS. Peter and Paul Macedonian Hall in Crown Point.
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