National Wear Red Day is Friday, a day when Americans nationwide will take women's health to heart by wearing red. Members of the Decora Study Club join the national movement to encourage women to take steps to reduce their risk for heart disease - the number one killer of women. The program is especially for women ages 40 to 60, the age when a woman's risk of heart disease starts to rise. But its messages are also important for women of all ages. It is never too late - or too early - to take action to prevent and control the risk factors for heart disease. Decora Study Club members taking part in this national movement, from left, are Martha Jones, president; Ann Heinrich; and Valerie Parker.

Contributed Photo by Sue Jones