Did you know heart disease claims the lives of more black women than all forms of cancer combined? It’s an epidemic that deserves more attention and celebrities like Tamela Mann are using their influence to lead the way.
SEE ALSO: Alarming Rise In Number Of Young Black Women At Risk Of Heart Disease
Mann, who is an ambassador for WW – formerly known as Weight Watchers – teamed up with the American Heart Association for a 12-week Empowered & Well Healthier Church Challenge geared towards women’s health. As an incentive to get it done, two churches will be chosen as winners and get a visit by Tamela Mann. Oprah Winfrey may even stop by some churches and give away tickets to her 2020 Vision tour!
SEE ALSO: Tamela Mann Shows Off 40-Pound Weight Loss Following Double Knee Replacement Surgery [VIDEO]
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