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A Note from Mary – October 2018

Less than a week into my role as interim CEO for WomenHeart in late July, I was the lucky recipient of an email from Sharonne…

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A Poem by Sonya Lucas Roberts

Strong, thriving women converged on Rochester Thursday. On October 2018, as the WomenHeart Science and Leadership Symposium would convene. We embarked on this journey with…

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New Policies May Undermine Patient Protections

On Oct. 22, the Administration issued guidance that could impact women with heart disease. It would expand states’ ability to change some aspects of their…

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Championing for Latina Heart Health

#HispanicHeritageMonth may be over but the work that our Latina Champions do continues! Meet Melissa Castro, one of our newest WomenHeart Champions. Following her experience…

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CMS Guidance Puts Millions of Americans at Risk

New administration guidance, released on October 22, 2018, could send us back to days where pre-existing conditions were openly discriminated against, costing millions of Americans…

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Patient Story: The Value of Insurance

#DefendPreEx: Jill's Story   Watch WomenHeart Champion Jill as she shares the value of having health insurance. She talks about the fear of what could happen if…

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Give Heart this #GivingTuesday

  GivingTuesday is just around the corner, join us and donate as WomenHeart highlights powerful stories of women who are staying #HeartStrong, sharing their scars, and inspiring…

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What’s Cooking?

Apple of my Eye Kick-start the autumn season with a delicious blend of land and sea with this recipe for curried scallop-apple salad, originally posted in Eating Well.…

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WomenHeart SAC Member Receives High Honors

Congratulations to WomenHeart Science Advisory Council member Rita Redberg, M.D. on her induction into the National Academy of Medicine (NAM). Dr. Redberg was actually elected to the…

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Congress is working on legislation that could help us live longer

Population experts say life expectancy in the United States has decreased in recent years, and America has fallen behind other developed nations. On Oct. 5,…

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