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In honor of American Heart Month, CEO of the American Heart Association Nancy Brown reflected on the past half century of U.S. awareness-raising for heart health.
Heart disease is the number one killer of women. So as a woman, there are important numbers to pay attention to as you progress through life.
In the United States, a woman dies from cardiovascular disease every minute, according to the American Heart Association.
As we wind up February and American Heart Month we take a look at a heart healthy diet which embraces both good food and wine.
Although September typically marks the beginning of the annual flu season, January and February are often the most severe months.
While heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States, it’s also a condition which can be very preventable.
Research over the past decade has shown vitamin D plays an undeniably essential role in the health and well being of all people.
One of the things we often overlook when it comes to heart disease is how our culture -- both familial, work, regional, and even national culture -- may influence our propensity for ...
While the summer of 2012 may not quite break the record heat waves set in 2011, it still promises to be a H-O-T summer with much of the United States currently experiencing extreme heat.
If you’re at risk of heart attack or stroke, then chances are that at some point in time your physician may recommend daily aspirin therapy.
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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!