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 | March 22, 2013

March 22, 2013 — A new report that breast cancer patients treated with low doses of...

Videos | April 28, 2011

WomenHeart is the only national organization dedicated to promoting women's heart health through advocacy, education...

Feature | April 15, 2011

WomenHeart is the only national organization dedicated to promoting women’s heart health through advocacy,...

Feature | April 05, 2011

April 5, 2011 – Uterine fibroid embolization—an interventional radiology treatment for noncancerous growths...

The Wiimote may find some uses in the medical field.

News | January 25, 2010

January 25, 2010 - With more than 3,000 requests for medical devices to get 510(k) clearance each year,...

Technology | January 20, 2010

January 20, 2010 - Advanced breast imaging capabilities added elastography to the list, fused MR/CT image...

News | December 22, 2009

December 22, 2009 – A new study is the first to specifically identify the year immediately around a woman’s final...

News | May 06, 2009

May 6, 2009 - GE Chairman and CEO Jeff Immelt will hold a press conference at 10 a.m. Thursday, May 7, in...

News | March 16, 2009

March 16, 2009 - Frost & Sullivan said it will be naming the recipients of its 2009 Excellence in Medical...

Heart Disease is Equal Opportunity Killer of Women, it is the #1 killer of women and men.

Heart disease is the number 1 killer of women and men according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

Feature | Womens Cardiovascular Health | May 22, 2006 | Jody Paige

Women's heart health continues to grow as an awareness topic among the general public, and behind the scenes...

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