The Latest

Living with Heart Failure, My Heart Story

When heart failure struck, I was dumbfounded. I never felt any pain. I was the picture of health. My father and uncle both died of…

Read More

COVID-19:The Great Equalizer

COVID-19 will go down as many things in the history books. I watch the case numbers climb and the stock market numbers dive. But for…

Read More

WomenHeart Encourages Virtual Support for Women Heart Patients

The global pandemic of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) is in the U.S. and the number of people infected and/or exposed is growing daily. According to…

Read More

Talking about Heart Health and Pregnancy on Capitol Hill

Heart disease can impact women before, during and after pregnancy, and it is the number one cause of maternal mortality. As Congress advances legislation to…

Read More

The Art with Hidden Risk

It was a brisk morning in February at The Oculus, the imposing white structure that truly looks risen from the ashes of the World Trade…

Read More

Heart Disease is Anything but Typical

darlene's WomenHeart PSA I am a six-time marathoner who was diagnosed with advanced heart failure while training for a race that should have been my…

Read More

A Message from WomenHeart Board Chair

“My cardiologist saved my heart; WomenHeart saved my life.” This is a refrain we hear often from WomenHeart Champions, and as a Champion myself since 2014,…

Read More

Jewelry & Fashion Exclusives with WomenHeart

WomenHeart has some very exciting gems for Heart Month!  Throughout the month of February, WomenHeart has partnered with multiple jewelry and fashion companies that have…

Read More

Nominations Open for 2020 Wenger Awards

WomenHeart is now accepting nominations for the 2020 Wenger Awards. Named after women heart disease pioneer Dr. Nanette Kass Wenger, the Wenger Award highlights excellence…

Read More

Congress Works to Address High Costs and Burdens on Patients

Like many other patients, women living with heart disease spend countless hours and thousands of dollars on health care costs. Over the past year, Congress…

Read More