Grand Rapids, MI (WOODTV) - Cardiovascular disease is the number one killer of all Americans. Every 39 seconds someone dies from a cardiovascular disease.
Huntington is teaming up with the American Heart Association to help prevent, treat and defeat cardiovascular diseases like heart disease and stroke.
One way to help the American Heart Association is to participate in the 2013 Grand Rapids Heart Walk. It is a non-competitive walk on October 12th at Ah Nab Awen Park in downtown Grand Rapids.
Help support families and friends who are connected to heart disease and stroke by joining the Go Red For Women movement.
Share your story and find others just like you. Be confident on your journey. Be open with a community that can help.
Huntington believes in doing the right thing by Connecting with Community and partnering with the American Heart Association to make life even better here in West Michigan.
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