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The Office's Melora Hardin Celebrates National Wear Red Day In NYC

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Earlier this year, Ecorazzi reported that The Office’s green gal, Melora Hardin, was starring on Broadway as Roxie Hart in Chicago. 

Recently Hardin and some of the Chicago cast took to the Empire State Building’s observation deck to commemmorate National Wear Red Day — a part of Go Red for Women’s ongoing campaign to raise awareness of heart disease.

In case you didn’t know, heart disease is the number one killer of both men and women in this country and continues to be on the rise each day. But there’s good news!

It’s been proven that people following a plant-based diet have 2.5 times fewer cardiac events, including heart attack, stroke, bypass surgery, and angioplasty. Nice!  If you want to do your part to help say no to heart disease, visit GoVeg.com and find out more about how a vegetarian diet helps save lives!

photo credit: jenny anderson/broadway.com

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