Women and Heart Health

Women's heart health is a topic that requires a different approach from heart health in men. Women have unique symptoms and risks that are often overlooked, but can be prevented with a heart-healthy lifestyle. Learn more about what you can do to stay heart-healthy, with some helpful tips from our experts. Download the Infographic >

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Barouch, Lili. “Heart Disease: Differences in Men and Women.” Johns Hopkins Medicinehttp://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/heart_vascular_institute/clinical_services/centers_excellence/womens_cardiovascular_health_center/patient_information/health_topics/heart_disease_gender_differences.html. Accessed 1 Feb. 2017.

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