I know you have a Good Heart. But is it healthy? We'll discuss how to have a healthy heart this Valentine's Day with Dr. Elsa-Grace Giardina – Director at the Center for Women’s Health in Cardiology and Professor of Medicine at Columbia University Medical Center / Columbia Doctors. [caption id="attachment_24395" align="aligncenter" width="350"] Dr. Elsa-GraceRead more
Category Archives: Heart Health
Heart Stopping Statistics: Heart Disease Among African American and Hispanic Women
Many women assume that heart disease affects only older women, but that is not true according to the American Heart Association's "Go Red for Women Campaign." Heart disease can effect women of all ages and ethnic backgrounds, and often with more lethal results. One in 3 women die of heart attacks. That's one woman every minute.Read more
A Cardiologist Explains How the Signs of a Heart Attack in Women Are Different Than in Men-February 15- Fearless Fabulous You!
February may be the month of love with Valentine's Day, but it is also the month to love your heart even more. February is Heart Health Month with the American Heart Association promoting its annual "Go Red For Women" Campaign. Heart disease and stroke are respectively the #1 and #4 causes of death among women. Check outRead more
Moms, Eat Right for Your Heart. Go Red!
Heart attacks are the number one killer of women. Moms, even if you are in your thirties, you are at risk. Don’t become a heart disease statistic. Instead, “Go Red!” Start by learning the symptoms. Then know what foods are your heart’s best friends, and those which are its enemy. Lauren Harris-Pincus, RD, (Read more
Dr. Jonny Blew Us Away with the True Heart Disease Facts
Any family history of heart disease? Since it's the #1 killer of men and women, odds are you do and need to learn the truth about the cause. Clue: cholesterol has nothing to do with it. See what I mean? You will absolutely want to hear what Dr. Jonny Bowden revealed to Dr. Heather Manley (HumanRead more