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Why Do We Wear Red Today?

As we have discussed…or t least I have discussed, February is American Heart Month. And today is National Wear Red Day. My fellow WomenHeart sisters and other women who have experienced a cardiac event, also consider this Go Red for Women Day. Go Red is an acronym for the following: G – Get your numbers, specifically…

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It’s February! That Means It’s Heart Month

This month is near and dear to my heart. As a survivor/thriver of a Spontaneous Coronary Artery Dissection, it is my mission to bring education to the masses. I want to share all I know about women’s heart health and how to maintain it. To that end, buckle up. This month’s blog posts will be…

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What Are Your Risk Factors?

I want to share some information about heart disease and some of the ways it shows up, especially for women. Much of the existing heart disease in the US, in fact 80%, can be prevented through proper nutrition and lifestyle habits. There are some risk factors we all need to manage to keep ourselves healthy…

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Reflections On Heart Month

I haven’t been here much in the last several days. February is Heart Month and has kept me very busy. As a WomenHeart Champion Community Educator I have the privilege of bringing information to women about their heart health. I’ve been in several parts of the state spreading the word. It’s important for women to…

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Are You At Risk?

This month we’ve been talking about heart disease and some of the ways it shows up, especially for women. Much of the existing heart disease in the US can be prevented through proper nutrition and lifestyle habits. There are some risk factors we all need to manage to keep ourselves healthy but a few changes…

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