Cooking up a solution to high cholesterol

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, it’s estimated that more than 102 million American adults (20 years or older) have...
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Bonding marks the official start of the Her Heart...

Back in April we extended an invitation for women to apply to be a part of the Parkview Heart Institute’s inaugural Her Heart Challenge program. We...
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Genetic testing and its role in prevention

While your risk for hereditary heart disease is less common than that which develops from your physical and dietary habits, the threat is still worth...
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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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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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