The American Health Care Act Does Not Improve Access To Health Care For Women With Heart Disease
WomenHeart: The National Coalition for Women with Heart Disease believes that all women should have access to affordable, high-quality health care. Read the press release!
Patient Update: Guidelines for Treatment of Heart Failure
Two new drugs were recently approved by the Food and Drug Administration for use in treating heart failure. Learn more!
WomenHeart & Burlington Stores Team up with Kelly Rowland to #KnockOutHeartDisease in Women
Burlington Hosts Free Heart Health Screenings Nationwide and Raises Funds to Support Education and Resources for Women Living with Heart Disease. Read the press release!
Eleven Major Patient Groups Outline Joint Position on Health Care Reform
A coalition of eleven nonpartisan patient groups today laid out a joint set of goals they want Congress to focus on as it considers changes to the Affordable Care Act. Read the press release!
Celebrate Black History Month with WomenHeart as we launch our 2nd annual social media campaign for African American women!
Inspire and raise awareness through WomenHeart’s #29DaysofHeart campaign! In recognition of Black History Month and Heart Month, this campaign celebrates the rich history of African Americans, while raising awareness of the number one killer of women – heart disease!
Updated Treatment Guidelines Help Expand the Circle of Care for Women Living with Heart Failure
Together with Patient Education and Support, WomenHeart Sees Potential in Expanded Treatment Options. Read the press release!
Quaker Oats Continues To Inspire Women To Think About Healthy Hearts
Brand Teams up with Connie Britton to Drive Awareness of Women’s Number One Health Issue. Read the press release!
New Online Communities Bring “Virtual” Support to Women with Heart Disease
WomenHeart Teams with Peer Support Solutions to Connect Women with Heart Failure, Atrial Fibrillation, and General Heart Disease to Educators, Mentors and Other Survivors. Read the press release!
Am I having a heart attack?
Research indicates that women often times do not recognize the signs of a heart attack and therefore are not sure when to call 9-1-1. If you think you are having a heart attack, call 9-1-1 now. If you are looking for information about signs and symptoms of heart attacks in women, click here to learn more.
I have heart disease. . . Now what?
After being diagnosed with heart disease, many women experience feelings of isolation and depression. Talking with someone who’s been there can make a difference in emotional recovery. WomenHeart has a unique model utilizing a series of peer to peer programs specifically designed to educate and support you each step of your heart health journey. Click here to learn how you can not only live with heart disease--you can thrive.
New patient education materials now available for women!
New WomenHeart patient education materials available for women! Learn about how to take charge of your heart health, heart failure, heart valve disease, cholesterol, medication adherence, coronary artery disease in women and angina.
Join the success of WomenHeart – become a member of the WomenHeart Society today
Join leaders in the field of women’s heart health as they – and you – help ensure that all women have access to prevention, early and accurate diagnosis, and proper treatment of heart disease through the mission of WomenHeart. As the nation’s most dynamic organization in women’s heart health, we now offer everyone the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of women. Join today!
Join the WomenHeart National Hospital Alliance
Bring WomenHeart resources to your hospital by joining the WomenHeart National Hospital Alliance, a partnership between WomenHeart and progressive hospitals committed to gender-specific cardiovascular care, advancing women’s heart health, and saving women’s lives! Read about the National Hospital Alliance in Hospitals & Health Networks magazine!
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