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Preventing Cardiovascular Disease: What Every Woman Needs to Know Feature
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Preventing Cardiovascular Disease: What Every Woman Needs to Know

Although you cannot control certain risk factors for CVD—like age, gender, race or ethnicity and family history – there are steps you can take that may help prevent CVD.

2 Healthy Diets Are Equally Good for Your Heart
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2 Healthy Diets Are Equally Good for Your Heart

Two eating plans—a vegetarian diet that includes eggs and dairy, and the Mediterranean diet—protect your heart equally, a new study shows.

Stents and Bypass Surgeries Are No More Effective Than Drugs For Stable Heart Disease
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Stents and Bypass Surgeries Are No More Effective Than Drugs For Stable Heart Disease

New study results suggest that invasive procedures, stents and bypass surgery should be used more sparingly in patients with stable heart disease. Learn more about this and other health headlines that caught our attention this week.

Gene Test Might Someday Gauge Your Cardiac Arrest Risk
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Gene Test Might Someday Gauge Your Cardiac Arrest Risk

Genetic screening might someday help predict who's most at risk for heart attack, according to a study presented this weekend at the American Heart Association's annual meeting in Philadelphia.

Important Questions You Should Ask Your Health Care Professional About Cardiovascular Disease Prevention
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Important Questions You Should Ask Your Health Care Professional About Cardiovascular Disease Prevention

There are things every woman can do to help protect themselves from a first cardiovascular event (primary prevention) or another heart attack or ischemic stroke (secondary prevention). Here's what you need to know.

Age at Menopause Impacts Risk of Nonfatal Heart Conditions
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Age at Menopause Impacts Risk of Nonfatal Heart Conditions

Women who enter menopause between ages 40 and 44 are 40 percent more likely to have a heart condition. Learn more about this and other health headlines.

How Do You Feel About Your Heart Health?
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How Do You Feel About Your Heart Health?

Is your heart health something that concerns you? Is it something you even think about? Please take this survey, so we can better understand how you’re feeling about your overall heart health.

Women Should Eat Most Calories Early in the Day For a Healthy Heart
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Women Should Eat Most Calories Early in the Day For a Healthy Heart

Women who eat more of their daily calories in the evening may be more likely to have higher blood pressure. Learn more about this and other health headlines.

Age of Woman's First Menstruation May Signal Higher Risk of Heart Disease
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Age of Woman's First Menstruation May Signal Higher Risk of Heart Disease

Women who experienced their first menstruation at an early or late age have a higher risk of developing major adverse cardiac events. Read about this and other health headlines.

Depression, Anxiety Can Dampen Efforts to Recover From a Heart Attack
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Depression, Anxiety Can Dampen Efforts to Recover From a Heart Attack

Recovering from a heart attack can be tough, but new research suggests that depression, anxiety and stress can make it even tougher.

Is Diabetes Tougher on Women's Hearts?
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Is Diabetes Tougher on Women's Hearts?

Diabetes might be more deadly for women than men, at least when it comes to heart troubles, new research shows.

Cancer Risk May Rise After Heart Attack
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Cancer Risk May Rise After Heart Attack

Here's some worrisome news for folks who manage to survive a heart attack: New research suggests they might be far more vulnerable to developing cancer down the road.

How to Eat to Your Heart’s Content
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How to Eat to Your Heart’s Content

Learn how to feed yourself and your family a menu that will make your cardiologist smile. 


I Thought I Had a Pinched Nerve, But I Was Really Having a Heart Attack
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I Thought I Had a Pinched Nerve, But I Was Really Having a Heart Attack

Robin initially saw a chiropractor for her pain—she had no idea she was actually suffering a heart attack.

Important Questions You Should Ask Your Health Care Professional About Cardiovascular Disease Prevention
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Important Questions You Should Ask Your Health Care Professional About Cardiovascular Disease Prevention

There are things every woman can do to help protect themselves from a first cardiovascular event (primary prevention) or another heart attack or ischemic stroke (secondary prevention). Here's what you need to know.

Common Blood-Thinning Medication Questions People With AFib Ask
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Common Blood-Thinning Medication Questions People With AFib Ask

Here are some frequently asked questions that may help you better understand how blood-thinning medication works and some risks.

Living Well With AFib
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Living Well With AFib

Those who have AFib should be well aware of these things: living a healthy lifestyle and reducing stroke risk.

When A Reversal Agent May Be Needed For Your Blood-Thinning Medication
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When A Reversal Agent May Be Needed For Your Blood-Thinning Medication

There are some instances when a reversal treatment may be needed to reverse the effect of a blood-thinning medication.

AFib and Blood Thinner Reversal Treatments: What You Need to Know
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AFib and Blood Thinner Reversal Treatments: What You Need to Know

Did you know there are reversal treatments for some blood thinners used to reduce the risk of stroke with AFib?

What Do You Know About Atrial Fibrillation, or AFib?
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What Do You Know About Atrial Fibrillation, or AFib?

If you or someone you know has AFib, please take this survey so we can better understand how you manage your stroke risk.

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