The Busy Woman's Guide to a Healthier Heart

Heart disease is the #1 killer of women in the U.S. -- even more than breast cancer -- but you can fight back! Use these expert tips and advice to lower your risk for heart disease, control your cholesterol and lower high blood pressure.
 

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7 Things Women Need to Know About Heart Disease Now

Heart disease is the number one killer of women. Here are seven things you need to know to lower your risk of heart disease

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Got High Blood Pressure? Eat This

Bring down your risk of hypertension with these heart-healthy bites

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Do This Now: Because You're Never Too Young to Start Protecting Your Heart

The best ways to prevent heart disease in every decade of your life.

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20 Surprising Ways You May Be Harming Your Heart

There's more to preventing heart disease than eating right and getting enough exercise

 

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An A to Z Guide to Heart Health

You can prevent heart disease with these 26 small changes that add up to big results

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Heart Attack Symptoms Women Should Never Ignore

The warning signs of a heart attack may be different for women

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13 Myths About Lowering High Cholesterol

About half of all Americans have cholesterol that's too high. Here's how to sort fact from fiction when it comes to managing yours

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How to Manage Your Stress for a Healthier Heart

Some stress is actually a good thing for many of us -- it's part of the body's “fight-or-flight” response than can help us react better in an emergency, finish off a 5K race with a burst of speed or meet a looming deadline. But prolonged stress can raise your blood pressure and blood sugar levels, major factors for heart disease.