Last Updated on Tuesday, 29 January 2013 16:28
Women’s Heart Week February 1st- 7th
We’re starting this week with a heart and the Women’s Heart Foundation nationally recognized program to raise awareness about women’s heart disease is upon us. So, have a heart this week and check out these great titles to keep the love alive and the heart healthy!
Heart disease is not an inevitable part of growing older. In fact, if you reach the age of 50 without developing the major risk factors for heart disease, you can live your entire life without it, and your chances of dying from it decrease from 50 percent to a strikingly low 8 percent. Go Red and check this one out today.
If you are one of the millions of women who has been diagnosed with heart disease or are at risk for developing it, you might be surprised to learn that simple life changes will profoundly affect your health. Be smart and have a heart, check this out today.
From the distinguished author of the Strong Women health series comes an important book for any woman who wants to take charge of her heart health. Heart disease kills more women than men each year, yet it is still mistakenly thought of as a "man's disease." Find out why and be strong.
The definitive guide to heart health from two of America's most respected doctors at Cleveland Clinic, the #1 hospital for heart health in America. Whether your goal is to get the best treatment or stay out of the cardiologist's office, your heart's health depends upon accurate information and correct answers to key questions.
WomenHeart's all heart family cookbook : featuring the 40 foods proven to promote heart health / Kathy Kastan and Suzanne Banfield, with Wendy Leonard and the members of WomenHeart: the National Coalition for Women with Heart Disease ; produced by the Philip Lief Group, Inc.
WomenHeart, the National Coalition for Women with Heart Disease, is an organization dedicated to helping women heart patients and those at risk for heart disease, whether they know it or not. This is a great cookbook with 40 foods to promote heart health.
The definitive guide to heart health from two of America's most respected doctors at Cleveland Clinic, the #1 hospital for heart health in America. Are you one of the eighty-two million Americans currently diagnosed with cardiovascular disease--or one of the millions more who think they are healthy but are at risk? Checking this out can be easy as 1-2-3!
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