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Our Valentine’s Day Gift

On Valentine’s Day, we love to give gifts to our loved ones to show how much we care and appreciate one another. Today and every…

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What’s Cooking? Valentine’s Day Edition

Looking for a Valentine’s Day treat? We’ve got a good one for you—chocolate-covered prosecco strawberries.   This homemade recipe, originally shared in EatingWell, is a…

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Protections for Pre-existing Conditions

Today the Administration authorized the expanded use of “short-term, limited-duration insurance plans.” WomenHeart expressed concern with this decision because those plans are inadequate and deny…

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Financial Stress Could Lead to Higher Rates of Heart Disease in African American Women

As we celebrate both Heart Month and Black History Month this February, we’re reminded that heart disease affects African American women at higher rates than…

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What’s Cooking? — January

Need a breakfast boost? A delicious bowl of blueberry-almond oatmeal may be just what you need to start the day. Originally shared on the Food Network…

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20 Years: Same Mission, New Resolve

Two decades ago, three women living in different places across the country all experienced the same issue. They were misdiagnosed, mistreated, and misunderstood. They were…

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A Note from our Board Chair

Dear WomenHeart Community, I’m delighted to be writing to you as the newly elected Board Chair of WomenHeart and share that Jerri Anne Johnson has…

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Champion Spotlight: Empowering Women

While the heart disease facts and statistics are essential to Heart Month, there is, perhaps, nothing more powerful than the personal stories of women who…

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“Women’s Health Research Day” Legislation Introduced

Senator Tammy Duckworth (D-IL) and Representative Jan Schakowsky (D-IL) introduced a bill supporting the designation of a Women’s Health Research Day. Three years ago, Jan. 25,…

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Worse Patient Outcomes for Women – We Fight On

WomenHeart has been working against gender discrimination in heart health care for twenty years now. A new report by the Journal of the American Heart Association shows…

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