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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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Changing the Way Philly Eats

Reinvented corner stores and farm-fresh food are transforming neighborhoods.

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Health vs. Career Is a False Choice

Gina Clark wants women to know they don’t have to choose.

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This Must-Try Tuna Tartare is Good for Your Heart

Indulgent meets healthy in this quick and photogenic dish by chef Vincent Giannini, chef de cuisine at Aqimero at The Ritz Carlton, Philadelphia.

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The 30-Minute Class That Could Save Lives

Cardiac survival rates are higher in states with high school CPR classes. So why doesn’t PA require them?

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Today’s Heart Disease Survivors Aren’t Who You Think They Are

And they’re out to change your perceptions.

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Go Red Goes Glam

These ruby red accessories benefit the American Heart Association.

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Red is the New Black

Lifestyle brand Kendra Scott is founded on the three pillars of family, fashion, and philanthropy. Support Go Red this season by wearing one of their classic pieces.

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Radio Icon and Stroke Survivor Advises Women: "Put Yourself First"

Too busy to slow down, Patty Jackson ignored the signs of stroke until it was too late.

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Long-Time Leader Steps Up

The fight against heart disease is personal for JoAnn Magnatta.

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Healthy Habits Start at Home

Most people think they don’t have to worry about their heart health until their 40s, 50s or beyond. Think again.

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Kick-Start Your Heart Healthy Exercise Routine

Who says resolutions have to start on Jan. 1? When it comes to getting fit, there’s never a right or wrong day to start.

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Improving Family Heart Health

Hint: Your kids are watching (and copying) you.

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