Women's Heart Health

5 Reasons to Love the Treadmill This Winter
Does the thought of going outside in the cold to run or walk have you reaching for a cup of hot chocolate instead of your athletic shoes? Consider taking your workout indoors.
 
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State of the Heart: The Beat Goes On
Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in west Georgia and east Alabama — but with the right course of clinical intervention, it can be treated and, often, even prevented. Join Onaje Greene, MD, FACC, FASNC, to learn the keys to maintaining a healthy heart at a free educational session on Feb. 28 in Villa Rica.
 
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Women's Heart Health

Women whose periods started before age 12 may face an increased risk for heart disease and stroke, a new British study suggests.

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Women's Heart Health

Where you live could influence how likely you are to develop heart failure, a new U.S. study suggests.

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Women's Heart Health

Mental stress can take a toll on blood vessels -- and women with heart disease may be especially vulnerable, a new study suggests.

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Women's Heart Health

As if severe hot flashes alone weren't enough of a problem for menopausal women, a new study finds these symptoms may also be tied to a greater risk for sleep apnea and related heart issues.

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Women's Heart Health

Experiencing trauma as a child or teen apparently makes you more susceptible to heart disease.

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