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5.17.24 | PCOS
Exploring PCOS Throughout the Body

4.4.24 | Heart Health
Talking All Things Women’s Heart Health

Heart disease is the number one killer of both women and men annually in the United States. Yet, less than […]

3.22.24 | Research and Clinical Trials
SWHR Pre-Conference Symposium: Lights, Camera, and Action to Improve Women’s Heart Health

Part of the OSSD Annual Meeting This event is taking place on Sunday, May 5 at 12:10-2:05 p.m. CET, in-person […]

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

2.23.24 | Heart Health
SWHR Launches Heart Health Policy Agenda

SWHR launched its latest policy agenda, "Improving Women's Heart Health Outcomes Across the Lifespan," informed by an interdisciplinary Heart Health Policy Working Group of policy professionals, researchers, clinicians, and patient advocates.

2.23.24 | Heart Health
SWHR Policy Agenda: Improving Women’s Heart Health Outcomes Across the Lifespan

Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both women and men in the United States, resulting in one […]

2.7.24 | Health Equity
A Call to Action to Addressing Heart Health Across a Woman’s Lifespan, Informed by Data Dashboard

To offer solutions and bring attention to IHD and American Heart Month this February, SWHR has released a resource spotlighting actions to address gaps in heart health education for women across the lifespan.

2.7.24 | Heart Health
A Lifespan Approach to Addressing Ischemic Heart Disease in Women

A Call to Action from the Society for Women’s Health Research Despite the prevalence of heart disease and its history […]

2.2.24 | Heart Health
Getting at the Heart of Needs in Women’s Heart Health

This American Heart Month, SWHR hosted a webinar to review the burden of heart disease in women in the United States and will launch SWHR’s Heart Health Policy Agenda.

1.24.24 | Heart Health
Heart to Heart: A Chat About Heart Disease Risk in Women

Ischemic heart disease (IHD) refers to the reduced blood flow and oxygen supply to the heart, usually caused by plaque […]