At the Heart of Women’s Health
Philadelphia magazine and the American Heart Association have teamed up to share how women across the country are harnessing their energy, passion and power to wipe out heart disease and stroke, and how you can join the cause.
See Philadelphia magazine’s Go Red for Women section >
Peek into the minds of some of the region’s top heart experts and hear their advice on how to stay heart healthy.
Who says heart healthy recipes have to be boring? Check out these drool-worthy dishes that will have your taste buds jumping.
From staying active to knowing the symptoms, learn how to reduce your risk of heart disease and stroke.
Go Red Goes Glam
The first Friday in February, the American Heart Association asks supporters to don red from head to toe to raise awareness of women’s heart health.
Today’s Heart Disease Survivors Aren’t Who You Think They Are
And they’re out to change your perceptions.
Woman of Heart
How Stereotypes Impact Heart Care
Heart disease can affect anyone, so doctors need to adapt.
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?
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.
Changing the Way Philly Eats
Reinvented corner stores and farm-fresh food are transforming neighborhoods.
Here’s Why Having More Women in STEM Matters
A new initiative is empowering girls to pursue careers in the sciences.
Health vs. Career Is a False Choice
Gina Clark wants women to know they don’t have to choose.
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.