Advocacy in Action

Her Heart, Her History

February whispers promises of fresh starts and cherished memories. This year, it amplifies those whispers with a powerful beat, pulsing with the stories of “Her…

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Heart Month: Empowering Women to Take Charge

February isn’t just about candy hearts and love letters; it’s also Heart Month, a time dedicated to raising awareness about cardiovascular disease, the leading cause…

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Celebrating WomenHeart Champion Jaime Wolfley

Introduction: In the heart of everyday life, WomenHeart Champion Jaime Wolfley experienced a sudden and life-altering event that would reshape her entire perspective. Jaime’s story…

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Celebrating 25 Years of Unwavering Commitment to Heart Health

For 25 years, WomenHeart has been a beacon of hope and empowerment for women facing heart disease. As a national non-profit organization dedicated to women’s…

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Making the Case for Women’s Health Research

Champions Janet Dennis and Florence Champagne and Dr. Eileen Hsich meet with Rep. Mary Gay Scanlon’s aide While they may not have been able to…

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Offices on Women’s Health

We’ve come a long way in our evolution of defining “women’s health” over the last two decades. No longer are we limited to our reproductive…

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Taking Stock of Heart Health Policy

If it wasn’t already high on the legislative agenda, health policy certainly took the spotlight in the last year and a half as the world…

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A Patient-First Policy Agenda for the First 100 Days

WomenHeart joined 33 organizations representing millions of people with pre-existing conditions in releasing our top policy priorities for the next Administration related to access to…

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Women with Heart Disease Need Another Relief Package

Over six months into the coronavirus pandemic, policymakers in Congress are struggling to follow up on their initial swift action in March to address the…

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Advancing Access to Vaccines

Despite states reopening, the global pandemic of COVID-19 continues to spread in communities across the United States. Scientists are racing to find a vaccine and…

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