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Raising Awareness of PAD on the Hill

On October 30, WomenHeart hosted a briefing on Capitol Hill to raise awareness of Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) and its impact on women and African…

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Treating Women for Heart Valve Disease

It has been well established that female patients with aortic stenosis – a type of heart valve disease – present at typically older ages. When…

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WomenHeart Developing a New App at ServoyWorld 2019

As WomenHeart looks to the future, one goal is to ensure that we reach as many women as possible with support and education. One way…

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New Prevention Guidelines about Aspirin Use Cause Some Confusion

Aspirin has been used for many decades to prevent heart attacks.  Earlier this year, leading medical organizations released updated prevention guidelines, noting that aspirin should…

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Lending the Patient Voice to Research

In order for health care to be responsive to patients’ needs, patients must have a voice. For example, even before care is being delivered, it…

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A Visit to Kansas City Invigorates WomenHeart CEO

As soon as I landed, after a brief hold at 35,000 feet for a thunderstorm to pass, I went straight to meet with the team…

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WomenHeart Welcomes New Scientific Advisory Council Members

WomenHeart: The National Coalition for Women with Heart Disease welcomes Dr. Alanna Morris and Dr. Jeanne Poole as new members of its Scientific Advisory Council…

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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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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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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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