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Jamie Shane, left, shares a laugh with Eddie Kaminsk, right, while giving a Tarot card reading during the third annual American Heart Association's Go Red For Women Red Dress Dash event on National Wear Red Day on Friday, Feb. 7, 2014 in Naples, Fla. The event celebrates American Heart Month, and brings attention to heart disease as the number one cause of death for women.

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Dania Maxwell/Staff Jamie Shane, left, shares a laugh with Eddie Kaminsk, right, while giving a Tarot card reading during the third annual American Heart Association's Go Red For Women Red Dress Dash event on National Wear Red Day on Friday, Feb. 7, 2014 in Naples, Fla. The event celebrates American Heart Month, and brings attention to heart disease as the number one cause of death for women.

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Jamie Shane, left, shares a laugh with Eddie Kaminsk, right, while giving a Tarot card reading during the third annual American Heart Association's Go Red For Women Red Dress Dash event on National Wear Red Day on Friday, Feb. 7, 2014 in Naples, Fla. The event celebrates American Heart Month, and brings attention to heart disease as the number one cause of death for women.
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Mary Jo Sulzmann, Ilona Box, Nancy Schwerin, and Shelly Church, left to right, pose for a portrait in the photo booth during the third annual American Heart Association's Go Red For Women Red Dress Dash event on National Wear Red Day on Friday, Feb. 7, 2014 in Naples, Fla. The event celebrates American Heart Month, and brings attention to heart disease as the number one cause of death for women.
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Liz Keller wishes passerby's a happy national wear red day during the third annual American Heart Association's Go Red For Women Red Dress Dash event on Friday, Feb. 7, 2014 in Naples, Fla. The event celebrates American Heart Month, and brings attention to heart disease as the number one cause of death for women.
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Michelle Krumm smiles at 'Bella' while working at the Just Like Family table during the third annual American Heart Association's Go Red For Women Red Dress Dash event on National Wear Red Day on Friday, Feb. 7, 2014 in Naples, Fla. The event celebrates American Heart Month, and brings attention to heart disease as the number one cause of death for women.
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Leslie Amick, left, and Liz Keller, right, wave to passerby's on 5th Ave. South during the third annual American Heart Association's Go Red For Women Red Dress Dash event on National Wear Red Day on Friday, Feb. 7, 2014 in Naples, Fla. The event celebrates American Heart Month, and brings attention to heart disease as the number one cause of death for women.
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A crowd of people run down Park Street at 5th Ave South during the third annual American Heart Association's Go Red For Women Red Dress Dash event on National Wear Red Day on Friday, Feb. 7, 2014 in Naples, Fla. The event celebrates American Heart Month, and brings attention to heart disease as the number one cause of death for women.
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Brody Harris, 4, smells a rose during the third annual American Heart Association's Go Red For Women Red Dress Dash event on National Wear Red Day on Friday, Feb. 7, 2014 in Naples, Fla. The event celebrates American Heart Month, and brings attention to heart disease as the number one cause of death for women.
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Kellie Warriner, left, photographs her husband Ken Warriner, right, during the third annual American Heart Association's Go Red For Women Red Dress Dash event on National Wear Red Day on Friday, Feb. 7, 2014 in Naples, Fla. The event celebrates American Heart Month, and brings attention to heart disease as the number one cause of death for women.
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Andrew Sicnolf, left, and Rick Brown, right, detach balloons from a bunch to hand out to children during the third annual American Heart Association's Go Red For Women Red Dress Dash event on National Wear Red Day on Friday, Feb. 7, 2014 in Naples, Fla. The event celebrates American Heart Month, and brings attention to heart disease as the number one cause of death for women.
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Andrew Sicnolf, left, gives Brody Harris, right, a balloon during the third annual American Heart Association's Go Red For Women Red Dress Dash event on National Wear Red Day on Friday, Feb. 7, 2014 in Naples, Fla. The event celebrates American Heart Month, and brings attention to heart disease as the number one cause of death for women.
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Mar Jo Sulzmann, left, pours the last drops of champagne into Nancy Schwerin's, right, glass during the third annual American Heart Association's Go Red For Women Red Dress Dash event on National Wear Red Day on Friday, Feb. 7, 2014 in Naples, Fla. The event celebrates American Heart Month, and brings attention to heart disease as the number one cause of death for women.
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Vanida Taimany gets a henna tattoo during the third annual American Heart Association's Go Red For Women Red Dress Dash event on National Wear Red Day on Friday, Feb. 7, 2014 in Naples, Fla. The event celebrates American Heart Month, and brings attention to heart disease as the number one cause of death for women.
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Ryder Harris, 2, runs with a balloon tied to his wrist during the third annual American Heart Association's Go Red For Women Red Dress Dash event on National Wear Red Day on Friday, Feb. 7, 2014 in Naples, Fla. The event celebrates American Heart Month, and brings attention to heart disease as the number one cause of death for women.

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