Clinically Speaking: Questions to Ask Your Healthcare Provider About Preterm Birth

1 baby in 10 is born too soon in the U.S. each year. Is your baby at risk?

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Improve Your Heart Health After Menopause

Heart disease is the leading cause of death in women. Dr. Nieca Goldberg tells us how we can reduce our risk.

Menopause & Aging Well

Did You Know There Are Early Warning Signs for Hypertension?

One of the most dangerous things about hypertension, also known as high blood pressure, is that it can damage a woman's body without even being noticed. Here's what you need to know.

Your Health

How to Eat to Your Heart’s Content

Learn how to feed yourself and your family a menu that will make your cardiologist smile.

Nutrition & Movement

Insights Into Women and Stroke Risk

You might be surprised to learn that stroke is the number three killer of women.

Menopause & Aging Well

How to Reduce Your Risk for Stroke

Being prepared and knowing what to do if someone has a stroke can be lifesaving, especially around  family members who may be at higher risk of stroke.

Your Health

Even Teens Need to Watch High Blood Pressure

High blood pressure can lead to organ damage—and the risk isn't limited to adults, new research suggests.

Your Health

Be Aware of Your Blood Pressure

High blood pressure can have many serious affects on your body, so check your blood pressure this month and get control of this disease.

Your Health

The Silent Killer: One Woman’s Story of High Blood Pressure

This woman didn’t know she had high blood pressure and was at risk for heart disease until she had a heart attack.

Real Women, Real Stories

Know Your Blood Pressure Numbers

It's important to check your blood pressure regularly and know your blood pressure numbers and what they mean.

Your Health

High Blood Pressure

Blood pressure is the amount of force your blood exerts against the walls of your arteries. High blood pressure, or hypertension, occurs when your blood pressure is elevated over time. Left untreated, it can damage your small blood vessels and organs and lead to heart attacks, stroke, kidney failure and circulatory problems. READ MORE

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Shake the Salt Habit

10 tips for cutting back on salt

Nutrition & Movement