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A Superb Second Act

At 32, Natalie Rose Havens has already had a star career as an opera singer. But last January, a cardiac event threatened to derail it. […]

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The Common Thread

For Jefferson Design students, crafting red dresses is the first step in a lifelong journey of community activism.  EVERY YEAR, STUDENTS at Jefferson Design School […]

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The Power of Sleep

Awareness is key when it comes to preventing or mitigating symptoms of heart disease, but eight crucial facts are particularly important if you want your […]

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Heart Health Champion: An Epidemic of Overburdened Women

It can be difficult to prioritize your heart health when daily life is a blur. But Kaitlyn Dugan Ibrahim, MD, a cardiologist at Main Line […]

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DASH for Your Heart

High blood pressure can be a challenge to manage, but a new study reveals how cutting out salt can improve your numbers.

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Bridging the Gap: These Philadelphians Are Working to Improve Health Equity

Minority and LGBTQ+ communities are at greater risk for cardiovascular disease. Here’s why.

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Faces of Heart: How the AHA’s New Campaign is Changing the Face of Heart Disease

Stephanie Austin was at her healthiest when she went into cardiac arrest at age 36. Now, she wants to make sure others don’t have the same experience.

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STEM Goes Red

The American Heart Association’s STEM Goes Red assists communities in need and encourages women to enter careers in STEM fields..

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Faces of Heart: How Self-Care Can Save Lives

As the American Heart Association’s first ever Face of Heart honoree, Alicia Wilson is inspiring women to take ownership of their heart health.

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Here are 3 Lesser-Known Factors that Increase Your Risk for Heart Disease

There are lesser-known contributors hat could negatively impact your heart health. Here are three risk factors that all women should know.

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