Women's Heart Health


Heart Disease is Very Much a Woman’s Disease

Heart disease is gender-blind, affecting women and men at equal rates. Yet, while it’s the leading cause of death for both sexes in the U.S., the reasons why women get it—and what they experience—may be very different from men. Understanding those differences is essential in preventing heart-related illness. 

Virtua women’s cardiologists partner with you to determine the lifestyle factors, medical issues, and family history that may be affecting your heart, and develop treatment plans to support your needs.

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WomenHeart Online Support Group

If you’re a woman living with heart disease, we invite you to join our free, fun, and informative group on Zoom for monthly gatherings. What to expect: 
  • Expert-led discussions to help improve heart health and reduce future risks 
  • Peer support from other women with heart disease 
  • Facilitated by WomenHeart Champions, heart disease survivors trained at the Mayo Clinic’s WomenHeart Science and Leadership Symposium
Date: Thursday, October 14
Time: 6:30  ̶  8 p.m.

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