NCBW - Delaware Presents The "Heart" Truth: Educate & Empower Session
Statistics reveal one in four women dies of heart disease in the U.S. For African American women, the risk of heart disease is even greater.

Heart disease is more prevalent among black women than white women. Below are just a few factors that increase the risk of developing it.

1. High blood pressure
2. Overweight and obesity
3. Diabetes

Community Service Building
100 w 19th Street
Wilmington, De 19801
6pm - 8pm

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