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Men’s Health Week 2021 may be taking place in June in your Country. International Men’s Health Week and Month are also taking place in June. Read more

How Clinicians Determine Which Women May Benefit From Statin Therapy is the latest video in the North American Menopause Society’s Video Series-2021. Are you at risk of cardiovascular disease? Read more

Diabetes and menopause “can feel like a twin challenge” of what’s-what and what’s not, with symptoms such as hot flushes and night sweats or vaginal dryness and decreased libido. Read more

“Our mission is to join Black women in taking preventive action to protect their heart health. We’re encouraging Black women to be a part of a healthy blood pressure movement”. Read more

Men’s Health Month may take place in your Country in June. Men’s Health Week may also take place in your Country in June. Read more

Women and heart disease may not be something many of us think about. But heart disease is the No. 1 killer of women. Find out what you need to know… Read more

After menopause, a woman’s risk for heart disease and stroke increase. Heart disease and stroke are the number 1 killer of women. Read more

National Wear Red Day is February 7 in the United States and Wear Red Day is 14 February in Australia. Your Country may also celebrate Wear Red Day. Read more

February is Go Red for Women and American Heart Month. “Nearly 80 percent of cardiac events can be prevented, cardiovascular diseases continue to be a woman’s greatest health threat”. Read more

Menopause and diabetes can be referred to as “the twin challenge”. Together, menopause and diabetes can take some “managing”. Read more

Health Topics

“While you may have had normal blood pressure most of your life, your chances of developing high blood pressure increase considerably after menopause”. Read more

“Heart failure means your heart isn’t pumping blood around your body as well as it should. It doesn’t mean your heart has stopped working, however you may need support to…”. Read more

“Heart disease is the leading cause of death for women in the United States, killing 299,578 women in 2017—or about 1 in every 5 female deaths”. Read more

“You may wonder: If I have just one risk factor for heart disease—say, I’m overweight or I have high blood cholesterol—aren’t I more or less “safe”? Unfortunately, no”. Read more

“Heart disease increases with age, including during and after menopause. In middle age women tend to develop more risk factors for heart disease, in part due to…”. Read more

“Cardiovascular disease (CVD), also called heart and circulatory disease, is an umbrella name for conditions that affect your heart or circulation”. Read more

“When people talk about heart disease, they are usually talking about coronary heart disease (CHD). It’s also called coronary artery disease (CAD)”. Read more

“While some risk factors cannot be changed, others can be controlled or modified to create a more heart-healthy lifestyle by…”. Read more

“Having high blood pressure increases your risk of heart attack and stroke, so knowing your blood pressure could save your life”. Read more

“Stroke kills twice as many women as breast cancer does, making stroke the third leading cause of death for women.Surprised? You’re not alone”. Read more