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As February and Heart Month come to a close, and I think about the heart one last time, my thoughts turn to chronic stress and its impact on heart health.
What do women really worry about when it comes to health?
Family history is one of the heart disease risk factors that we aren’t able to change.
If you are one of the millions of Americans with coronary artery disease, adopting an exercise program could help lower your risk factors.
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The condition poses a unique threat to women because ...
February is upon us and once again hearts are the theme. Little pink, red, and white hearts decorate checkout lines, greeting cards, and of course, the confectionery aisle.
In February, American Heart Month will kick off, and hopefully you’ll come across at least one event that will inspire you to not only learn more about your heart health but take ...
Now that the hustle and bustle of the holidays is finally over, many of us are already taking a look forward to our 2012 New Year’s resolutions.
This year, why not be resolute about improving your health? Try these ten tips to get your New Year off to a great start and lower your cancer risk.
10. Trim your waistline: Dr.
High blood pressure, also sometimes referred to as hypertension, is one of the risk factors for both cardiovascular -- CVD or heart disease -- and stroke.
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EmpowHER Founder & Chairman Michelle King Robson shares her own personal health story and explains why women need to advocate for their own health and wellness!