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When Heart Disease is Genetic

As a busy woman, maybe you’ve shrugged off symptoms that seem minor. Fatigue? You tell yourself you’ll get to bed earlier tonight. Lightheadedness? Probably just…

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Ditching Negative Self-Talk and Taking Care of Yourself

Do you ever catch yourself saying negative, self-defeating things about yourself?  Self-talk, the inner dialogue that goes on inside our heads, can sometimes take a…

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Festive Recipes for Heart Healthy Holidays

The holidays just got a whole lot sweeter! Our Operations Manager, Stephanie Silva, has gifted us with these delicious and healthy No Bake Chocolate Peppermint…

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Festive Recipes for Heart Health Holidays

WomenHeart CEO Celina Gorre loves to cook, and she loves to entertain her family, friends and colleagues. Her pick for holidays is this heart healthy…

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Festive Recipes for Heart Healthy Holidays

Get ready to make some magic in the kitchen this holiday season! Our Senior Manager of Development and Partner Relations, Evan Riggs has chosen this…

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Festive Recipes for Heart Healthy Holidays

Calling all health-conscious holiday revelers – this festive twist on veggie snacking is sure to light up your plate!  Our own Samantha Bohrt, Senior Manager…

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Festive Recipes for Heart Healthy Holidays

WomenHeart has curated an array of delicious holiday recipes. Our Vice President of Advocacy & Communications, Amy Friedrich-Karnik, likes to entertain. Her pick for the…

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5 Ways to Find Balance This Holiday Season

The holidays are upon us, and that means your social calendar AND your to-do list are probably filling up quickly. Between work parties and holiday…

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This Giving Tuesday, Give From the Heart

This year marks the 10th anniversary of Giving Tuesday, a celebration that started as a day to counter the spending of Black Friday and Cyber…

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How to Talk to Your Family about Heart Health History

Approaching your loved ones and asking them about heart conditions or other diseases may be difficult. Maybe they don’t have all of the information; perhaps…

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