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Corporations and Employees Give Back to WomenHeart

Workplace giving programs have been popular for years. WomenHeart is proud to work with employers who want to share our story and encourage their employees…

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New Regulations Threaten Low-Income Women’s Health Care

Health care clinics that serve low-income women are a critical resource for many communities. In particular, family planning clinics that receive federal support through the…

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Increasing Access to Quality Cardiac Rehab Care

A new bill introduced by Representatives John Lewis (D-GA) and Adrian Smith (R-NE), HR 3911, would increase access to cardiac rehabilitation for women with Medicare.…

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A Powerful Campaign: How We Fight

WomenHeart is excited to announce How We Fight, a campaign on Heart Failure, nationally supported by Novartis. The campaign features user-generated videos of women impacted by…

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WomenHeart Champions Affecting Change

WomenHeart was founded out of passion – three women’s desire to support other women with heart disease and to create change. They wanted address gender…

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Lowering Drug Costs for Medicare Recipients

Women with heart disease are all too familiar with pharmacy counters, health insurance policies and costs for prescription drugs. That’s why we’re paying close attention…

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The Forefront of Women’s Cardiology: Honoring Dr. Nanette Kass Wenger

As WomenHeart has evolved over the last 20 years, one person has been a critical pillar for the organization every step of the way. At…

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A Heartfelt Thank You from Our Board Chair

The Annual Wenger Awards are always an opportunity to honor those who are doing exceptional work in the area of women and heart disease, and…

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WomenHeart Wins Two Telly Awards for 2019 PSA “The Race to Save Lives”

WomenHeart: The National Coalition for Women with Heart Disease announced today its PSA, “The Race to Save Lives,” has been named a Bronze Winner in…

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WomenHeart Takes to Capitol Hill

Just hours after celebrating the Wenger Awards in Washington, DC, WomenHeart was on Capitol Hill advocating for policies to support women living with and at…

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