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September 2017: Champions for Women's Heart Health

August 2017: Prioritize You Health the Same as Your Job

July 2017: Find Your Passion

June 2017 e-Newsletter

May 2017: The 2017 Wenger Awards: A Salute to Those Who Are #BridgingCommunities

September 2016: Hispanic Heritage Month; Starting the day heart healthy

August 2016: Women's Equality Day; Savor the Sea son; and more 

July 2016:   Good Foods for Women; Cardiac rehab legislation

June 2016: Patient Data Sharing; Hydrating for summer 

April 2016:  National Minority Health Month; spring diet  

March 2016: National Nutrition Month; AHA Scientific Statement on heart attacks in women; and More 

January 2016: 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines; Exercises Safe for the Heart; and More 

December 2015: America's Health Rankings; Healthy Holiday Eating; and More

November 2015: GAO report on sex-specific research, Healthy autumn veggies, and more

October 2015: Knowing your heart age, Health Insurance Marketplace enrollment 

September 2015: National Cholesterol Education Month, Benefits of cardiac rehab 

August 2015: The role of a caregiver, affordable heart healthy eating 

July 2015: Family history of heart disease, eating heart healthy on vacation

June 2015: Understanding the health risk of high cholesterol, Summer food safety tips

May 2015: Improving care for women heart failure patients, Research for All Act of 2015

April 2015: Sudden changes in cholesterol levels, how much sugar is too much

March 2015: Work stress & heart disease, healthy dietary patterns, and more  

January 2015: American Heart month, Heart of Fitness events, medication adherence 

December 2014: Health insurance marketplace open enrollment; heart failure in women 

November 2014: Midterm elections and women's heart health; love your fall vegetables 

September 2014: Heart healthy grilling; FDA Action Plan released 

July 2014: FDA nutrition labels; new lifestyle management guidelines

June 2014: WomenHeart celebrates 15 Years; Summer hydration tips

April 2014:
Heart of Style Tour recipes & memories; Recognizing National Minority Health Month

December 2013: WomenHeart prepares to celebrate 15 years; Holiday heart health guide

November 2013: New cholesterol guidelines; How to have a guilt-free Thanksgiving

October 2013: Recipe substitutions; National Hospital Alliance

September 2013: Atrial Fibrillation; Healthy hydration

August 2013: Health Insurance Marketplace; How to reduce sodium

July 2013: Update on the Affordable Care Act; Beat the heat and stay heart-healthy

June 2013: Chronic Heart Failure; Keeping pills organized

April 2013 : Co-Pay Cards; the Mediterranean Diet; Sun and Medications

March 2013 : Phytonutrients; Heart Month 2013 recap; Vitamin D and calcium supplements

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