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The Woman Who Should've Been Fully Aware Of Her Heart-Health Risk ... But Had To Be Scared Straight

During American Heart Month, I had the pleasure of hosting a group of amazing women at the Red Dress Awards luncheon. Knowing that each of these people had a unique, special approach toward improving heart health, I invited every one of them to join me as a guest columnist in this spot. Some of those who've taken me up on this offer include HSN CEO Mindy Grossman, Woman's Day publisher Susan Spencer and Dr.
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