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Guide to Treatment and Care
Are you a newly diagnosed heart patient? WomenHeart’s guide to treatment and care features information and tools to help you take the best care of yourself and your heart.

Self-Care and Emotional Wellbeing
A heart disease diagnosis can leave you feeling overwhelmed, depressed or anxious about your future. Staying on top of your emotional health and wellbeing is vital to your recovery and ability to make healthy lifestyle choices.

Heart-Healthy Living
From quitting smoking to staying physically active, you can take steps to protect your heart health. Stay heart smart with these tips for heart healthy living.

For Friends and Family
Friends and family are an important part of the support system for a woman with heart disease. Use these tips and resources to support your loved one.
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12/1/2014
WomenHeart of Fox Valley-PM Support Network Meeting

12/1/2014
WomenHeart of Overland Park Support Network Meeting

12/2/2014
WomenHeart of Fox Valley-AM Support Network Meeting

12/2/2014
WomenHeart of New Castle County Support Group End of Year Celebration!

12/2/2014
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