It's finally February and the nation has gone red for National Heart Month. Lucky for the women of South Jersey there are several places that will keep your heart warm (and healthy) all winter long!

The American Heart Association encourages everyone to Go Red For Women by wearing red on February 1st. By being apart of this day you are increasing awareness for women heart health all around the United States.

Check out these South Jersey hot spots to keep healthy as we inch through winter.

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    Ohana Juice Bar

    Located in Downtown Hammonton, NJ, Ohana Juice Bar has healthy (and delicious) treats. Whether you get their fresh homemade avocado toast or one of their "coffee for breakfast" smoothies you will not be disappointed. Salads and soups are also offered making this a perfect place to stop for lunch in the winter months!

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    Halo Wellness Center

    In Marlton, NJ the Halo Wellness Center is known as a place to go and relax. They offer services such as a Himalayan salt room, redlight therapy, kinesiology, and more! The Himalayan salt room is one of the most unique and calming experiences I have ever had. It involves a warm neck wrap, blanket, and 45 minutes of nothing but peace and quiet while breathing in the salt. If relaxation is something you are lacking and you want to keep a healthy blood pressure, I suggest checking the Wellness Center out!

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    Hand and Stone Massage & Facial Spa

    Located all around South Jersey, Hand and Stone is the place to go to relax and pamper yourself. There are add ons such as hot stones, peppermint scalp massages, and more.

    If you can invest in your own relaxation year round while keeping your blood pressure low it is a win-win situation!

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    Willow Creek Winery

    Located in Cape May, NJ this winery features cool events like "Sangria Sunday" and "Fire Pit Friday" where you can enjoy your wine outside by the fire. A glass of wine a day has more heart health benefits than you may think!

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