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Promoting Better Patient Outcomes for #AFibAwarenessMonth

September is AFib Awareness Month and WomenHeart: The National Coalition for Women with Heart Disease, is launching the “Nationwide AFib Month Opportunistic Screening Initiative.” Studies…

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A Note from Mary – August 2018

Each year, Americans observe National Hispanic Heritage Month (Sept. 15-Oct. 15) by celebrating the contributions of American citizens whose ancestors came from the Caribbean,Central America,…

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Golfing “Fore” a Purpose

More than 80 golfers hit the links on Sunday, Aug. 26 for the 4th annual “Swing with Heart” golf tournament.  Initial planning started in Jan. and…

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Swing with Heart: Board Member Speaks Out

In preparation for our 4th Annual Swing with Heart Golf Tournament, WomenHeart Vice-Chair of the Board, Barbara Tombros, was featured on a regional golf podcast,…

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WomenHeart Welcomes Interim CEO, Mary Logan

In my first week at WomenHeart I have been lucky enough to meet several WomenHeart Champions and hear their heart stories.  Stories are how we…

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The Value of WomenHeart Champions

I have a purpose to share my heart story and save lives. I am a WomenHeart Champion, a heart disease survivor, cardiovascular research advocate for women…

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Pat Eagan: Scripps Mercy Hospital and Womens Heart Health

Originally published in the Scripps Mercy Hospital  Newsletter, July 2018 No. 5 One of our own volunteers, Pat Egan a Woman Heart Champion, pictured below (second from the left),  participated…

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A Note from Mary – April 2018

It’s less than two weeks until our annual Wenger Awards—a memorable night meant to celebrate the extraordinary achievements of those working to improve our world…

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A Note from Mary- February 2018

It was the first day of Heart Month, a few weeks ago, when I was home on a Thursday night and decided to watch television.…

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A Note from Mary – March 2018

As I participated in a roundtable discussion on Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) at the American College of Cardiology conference in Orlando two weeks ago, I…

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