Womens Cardiovascular Health

News and new technology innovations for women's cardiovascular health can be found on this channel page. While heart disease is the #1 killer of women, women are affected differently than men when it comes to presentation of heart attack symptoms. Read about the Diagnostic Differences in Women’s Heart Health Additionally, women can face numerous cardiovascular issues related to pregnancy and increased risks due to changes to their bodies during and following pregnancy. Watch a VIDEO on cardio-obstetrics programs. Treatments for cancer, especially radiation and chemo for breast cancer, also can negatively affect the heart. Read about cardio-oncology.

News | Stroke

January 11, 2023 — A Rutgers analysis of U.S. stroke deaths from 1975 to 2019 has found both a dramatic decline and the ...

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December 29, 2022 — Anthracyclines are a class of chemotherapies effective in treating many forms of cancer, including ...

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Feature | AHA

November 9, 2022 — Seven awardees were honored during the American Heart Association Scientific Sessions (AHA 2022). The ...

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October 19, 2022 — For men and women, the risk factors for cardiovascular disease are largely the same, an extensive ...

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Videos | Womens Cardiovascular Health

At TCT 2022, Dr. Akl Fahed, Physician-scientist and Interventional Cardiologist, Massachusetts General Hospital and Harv ...

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News | Cardiovascular Business

September 27, 2022 —  Martha Gulati, MD, an expert in preventive cardiology and women’s heart disease, has joined the Sm ...

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News | Womens Cardiovascular Health

September 21, 2022 — Shockwave Medical, Inc., a pioneer in the development of Intravascular Lithotripsy (IVL) to treat ...

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July 14, 2022 — More than one in four pregnancy-related deaths (26.5%) in the U.S. are tied to poor heart health ...

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July 7, 2022 — A 5-year, $3.1 million grant from the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute (NHLBI), part of the ...

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July 1, 2022 — Despite overall improvements to care for a heart attack, women are less likely to receive timely ...

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June 30, 2022 — Before a baby is ever born, critical supply chain problems with nutrition and oxygen can result in ...

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Feature | Womens Cardiovascular Health | By Jennifer Jones-McMeans, Ph.D., DVP

Most of us would like to think we don’t make snap judgments or hold preconceived ideas about people based on factors ...

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News | Womens Cardiovascular Health

June 23, 2022 — Despite overall improvements to care for a heart attackwomen are less likely to receive timely ...

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News | Coronavirus (COVID-19)

June 23, 2022 — The COVID-19 vaccination is not associated with an increased risk of heart attack or stroke in patients ...

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