Dr. Harry Watters and Today's Women's Health Specialists are proud to join the national campaign, "Make the Call, Don't Miss a Beat"; targeting women who want to learn more about heart disease, the symptoms and how to better care for their hearts.

Raising women's awareness of heart disease risks is key more than ever, as results found by the American Heart Association last year showed that the percentage of women who would call 911 after experiencing symptom(s) of a heart attack was down by more than 25% from prior years, meaning only about 50 percent of women experiencing symptom(s) were calling for help.

Dr. Watters will be holding a lecture on knowing the symptoms of a heart attack and the importance of calling 911 on Wednesday, Feb. 16th from 7 to 8 p.m. at the office of Today's Women's Health Specialist, located at 604 W. Warner Ave, Ste E201 in Chandler.

To sign up for this lecture, please contact us at (480) 963-7900 or email jsimon@womenshealtharizona.com.

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