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Tomato and Roasted Red Bell Pepper Soup

If you’re looking for a heart-healthy dish, try out this tomato and roasted red bell pepper soup! Not only are red bell peppers delicious, but […]

Welcome to Go Red

It is exciting to introduce you to this year’s issue of Go Red for Women. As the co-chairs of the 2023 Go Red for Women […]

Understanding a Woman’s Risk

An all-woman team is striving to diagnose heart disease in women sooner and treat them earlier.  Women experience chest pain too. It’s a fact that […]

Presented by: Deborah Heart and Lung Center

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. […]

Presented by: Go Red For Women

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 […]

Presented by: Go Red For Women

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 […]

Presented by: Go Red For Women

How to Find a Healthier You

What is Lifestyle Medicine? Lifestyle Medicine is a more holistic and preventive approach than traditional family medicine. To me, it means developing an in-depth relationship […]

Presented by: Crozer Health

5 Habits That Can Change Your Heart Health

By practicing a heart-focused routine, you can make a real difference in one of the most critical aspects of your health. Whether or not you’re […]

Presented by: Independence Blue Cross

Listen to Your Heart

Heart disease is the leading cause of death in women—a statistic many people don’t know. This knowledge gap is making the problem far worse.  After […]

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 […]

Presented by: Go Red For Women