Speaking Up for Women’s Heart Health: A Social Media Toolkit

A Social Media Toolkit created by the Society for Women’s Health Research

Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both women and men in the United States, resulting in one in every five deaths. Heart disease also costs the United States an estimated $219 billion each year, encompassing the cost of health care services, medications, and premature death.

Despite the devastating health, economic, and societal impacts of heart disease, disparities exist in the understanding, diagnosis, and treatment of cardiovascular conditions in women.

This February, SWHR invites you to celebrate American Heart Month and spread crucial heart health information and improve women’s heart health outcomes. Explore the Speaking Up for Women’s Heart Health Social Media Toolkit

A Social Media Toolkit created by the Society for Women’s Health Research

Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both women and men in the United States, resulting in one in every five deaths. Heart disease also costs the United States an estimated $219 billion each year, encompassing the cost of health care services, medications, and premature death.

Despite the devastating health, economic, and societal impacts of heart disease, disparities exist in the understanding, diagnosis, and treatment of cardiovascular conditions in women.

This February, SWHR invites you to celebrate American Heart Month and spread crucial heart health information and improve women’s heart health outcomes. Explore the Speaking Up for Women’s Heart Health Social Media Toolkit

Explore the Social Media Toolkit


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