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March 2015

Woman's Day March 2015 

I Never Though It Could Happen to Me: The Fitness Fanatic

www.AHIPCoverage.com March 12, 2015 

Better Care: "The Hallmark of Medicare Advantage" 

 

February 2015 

Best Times magazine (Johnson County, KS) — February 2015

Survivor warns women about heart disease

HealthyWomen.org — February 2, 2015

Nurse Comes to Terms with her Own High Blood Pressure  

WCIU - TV Chicago — February 3, 2015

Heart Health Month: Heart of Fitness Tour

GetOld.com — February 3, 2015

Depression and Heart Disease: Action Steps

WYFF NBC 4 (Spartanburg-Greenville, SC) — February 4, 2015

Heart Attack Changed Survivor's Outlook

WCIU-TV Chicago — February 6, 2015

Rock Red in February

The Bangor Daily News (Bangor, ME) — February 5, 2015

Signs of heart attack women shouldn't ignore

The News Sentinel and The Journal Gazette (Fort Wayne, IN) — February 9, 2015

Love Your Heart event focuses on women's heart health

The Hartford Courant (Hartford, CT) — February 18

Hospital staff wear red to raise awareness about heart disease

The Miami Herald and El Nuevo Herald (Miami, FL) — February 18

Broken heart syndrome is a bona fide ailment affecting women

El ‘corazón roto’ una condición real

Telemundo National: Un Nuevo Día  — February 19

Cómo Prevenir un Infarto al Corazón y detector los síntomas 

La Porte County Life.com — February 19

La Porte Heart Attack Survivor Named  One of Five 'I Am CardioSmart' Winners 

GetOld.com  — February 19

Reduce your work stress and protect your heart!

GetOld.com  — February 20

6 Things to Know When Talking to Your Doctor

The Gazette (Colorado Springs, CO) — February 23

Colorado Springs survivor urges others to participate in support networks

Cardiovascular Business magazine  — February 24

WomenHeart announces findings of first patient research on cholesterol and familial hypercholesterolemia

EuroActiv.com — February 26

Women failing to keep up with cholesterol treatment, survey finds  

 

January 2015

The Teche News (St. Martinville, FL) — January 7

Red scarves for female patients of heart disease

Close Up Media January 8

Silpada and WomenHeart Enter into Partnership

www.GetOld.com January 12

What if family history repeats itself?

The Breaux Bridge Banner (Breaux Bridge, LA) January 14

Red scarves for female patients of heart disease 

Lifescript.com January 15

Get Support  

U.S. News & World Report  January 24

Heart Bypass Surgery: What Women Should Know

The Victoria Advocate (Victoria, TX) January 27

Yahagi Heart Foundation benefits from necklace sales

Extra! TV January 28

Burlington Hearts a Great Red Dress!

WGN-TV Chicago  January 28

Chicago Scene: WomenHeart and Burlington's Heart of Fitness Tour

Hispanic PR Blog January 31

Burlington Stores and The National Coalition for Women with Heart Disease Team Up for Heart of Fitness Tour

 

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