Only see your Ob/Gyn? Women’s Cardiovascular Center Director Leslie Cho, MD, explains why you might want to rethink your health strategy.
If you have a heart condition but want to have a baby, you may wonder whether your medications are safe for pregnancy. A cardiologist offers his best advice.
Cardiovascular disease is the No. 1 killer of women in the United States. But a recent study shows that many women are unaware of this fact — and worse — they don’t see cardiovascular disease as a top health concern.
Find out 3 common signs of a heart attack in women and learn when they are cause for concern. Hint: Chest pain often isn’t your first clue.
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Researchers find that women fare worse than men after a heart attack, with longer hospital stays and a greater likelihood of dying in the hospital afterward. Learn how to lower your risk.
Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) helps relieve menopause-related symptoms, but for many years, researchers have raised red flags about potential health risks associated with treatment. In 1998, HRT got a bad reputation in terms of its effect on women’s hearts. But recent research and analysis has shed new light on the relationship between hormone replacement therapy … Read More
Heart disease is the Number 1 killer of women over age 25 in the United States, regardless of race or ethnicity. The death rate from cardiovascular diseases has decreased among men, but continues to increase in women. 1 in 4 women have some form of cardiovascular disease and 1 in 3 American women dies from … Read More