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WomenHeart Champions spread the word coast-to-coast during American Heart Month

Tuesday, February 19, 2013   (0 Comments)
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If you've been keeping an eye on your local news during February, then you may have seen a WomenHeart Champion in your own community telling her story about living with heart disease. These stories not only educate and enlighten the public, but they also put a face on women's heart disease, the leading killer of women in the United States. Click the links below to see some of the informative and inspirational stories that have made news during American Heart Month.

Have a heart this month: Local survivors share their storiesCamas-Washougal Post-Record (WA) 

Heart attack symptoms for men and women are different Chicago Examiner (IL)

Knitting scarves to support women with heart diseaseThe Suffolk Times (NY)


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