FOX 34 Your Health: Survivor's perspective on heart health

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Updated: 2/07/2013 8:47 am
Listen to your body's needs. That is one of the core messages of Go Red for Women.

Though this is a 365 day effort, it is a big topic for conversation now. February is heart health month.

Carla McGee, a coordinator for Well Heart Services at Covenant's LifeStyle Center, says she has been coping with her heart arrhythmia condition for years. It gave her quite the scare during her third pregnancy. She ended up having a heart ablation one year after her daugther, Macy, was born.

McGee is now looking forward to the next Go Red luncheon in April. Click on the video attached to watch McGee's live interview on Good Day Lubbock.
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