Heart screenings for prevention

We often focus on the negative side of winter – the treacherous snow showers, bone-chilling temperatures and feeling stuck inside. But, as Mark...
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Heart attacks and gender

American Heart Month is an excellent reminder to brush up on the facts about cardiovascular disease and make sure you know the risks, but, as we...
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Ladies, love your hearts

On February 18, hundreds of women of every age will gather at the Parkview Mirro Center for Research and Innovation for two tremendous events focused...
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Heart disease 101 for women

February is National Heart Month, and while anyone can be affected by cardiovascular disease, women are particularly high risk for missing significant...
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Winter Heart Health

Weather in our part of the country can change in a heartbeat. We’ll be waking to a blanket of thick, white snowfall before we know it, and that means...
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Heart to heart

Last week, we introduced our WomenHeart Champions and followed them as they retold the journeys that brought them to the WomenHeart program. Reading...
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A common beat

There is no denying the statistics. Heart disease is the No. 1 killer of women, claiming more lives than all forms of cancer combined. But the news...
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Cholesterol Q&A

Between the good, the bad, and the triglycerides, establishing that magic cholesterol combination can be quite the riddle. In honor of National...
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Do you know your risk of heart attack or stroke?

Everyone knows they should do certain things to prevent heart attack or stroke – eat a healthy diet, exercise, quit smoking and maintain healthy...
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Antarctic Run: Part 3 - Set goals to spark...

In two previous blogs, I introduced you to Hein Wagner, who taught us that no barrier is too large to overcome, and Lt. Col. William Conner, the...
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