With different body types and compositions, there is no “right” weight for everyone. A body mass index, or BMI, is a formula that doctors use to determine a person’s body fat based on his or her weight and height. The BMI number is plotted on a chart, which shows a person whether they are underweight, average weight, at risk of becoming overweight, or overweight.
The American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women Seminar and Luncheon, part of the larger Go Red For Women movement, will take place on February 8 at a location to be announced within the next few weeks. The event will once again include seminars, breakout sessions, and a luncheon.