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North Philly Gets a $1 Million Boost for Health Equity

The AHA grant will support local organizations.

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Why You Should Go Red for Women This Month

Now’s the time to take action.

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10 Simple Ways to Stay Active at Home—No Gym Required

Get your heart rate up without picking any weights up.

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“I Could Have Died:” A Local Runner Discovered “Widow Maker” Heart Blockage After Pushing for Testing

Distance runner Dawn Angelique Roberts was relentless in seeking answers when something felt wrong with her heart. That self-advocacy saved her life.

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What COVID-19 Is Doing to Your Heart

COVID-19 starts as a respiratory disease, but it becomes a systemic one.

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Here’s Why That Community Garden in Your Neighborhood Might Actually Be Saving Lives

For nearly three decades, Andrea Vettori worked as a nurse practitioner, offering healthcare and social support to the homeless and unstably housed. But after years […]

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Heart Health’s Unsung Hero: Your Neighborhood Pharmacy

Rethinking the role of pharmacies in preventative care

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In Philly, the Neighborhood You Live In Could Determine Your Lifespan. Activists Are Pointing to the Food We Eat

What happens when fresh, nutritious food is out of reach?

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Heart Disease Myths, Busted: Forget What You Thought You Knew

Historically, most heart disease research has been conducted with men, leading to many common misconceptions about heart disease in women. Here’s what you might have thought you knew about heart disease.

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Heart Month Style: All Red, All Glam

Show your support by donning red from head to toe for Wear Red Day this February 1st. Don’t have a ruby-stocked closet? Try these Rittenhouse Row finds.

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Heart Health Is Hereditary

This mother-daughter duo knows that heart health starts at home, and women with a family history of heart disease should take proactive steps to combat it.

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If You’re Feeling Off, “Trust Your Heart” And Change Your Habits

Go Red for Women Chair Sarah Bouchard talks balancing health and work, helping those who need it most, and how her mom inspired her to pay attention to her heart health.

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Better Health Can Be a Walk in the Park

Don’t underestimate the power of lacing up your sneakers and heading around the block.

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Here’s Why Having More Women in STEM Matters

A new initiative is empowering girls to pursue careers in the sciences.

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How Stereotypes Impact Heart Care

Heart disease can affect anyone, so doctors need to adapt.

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