4 Common Heart Attack Symptoms Women Should Never Ignore

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You’ve seen it over and over: A male character in a movie or on a TV show is having sex, yelling at someone, playing sports or even riding a Peloton, when all of a sudden, he stops cold. He then goes pale, staggers, clutches his chest — left arm or both — then dramatically slides down a wall.

You hardly ever see women having a heart attack in pop culture, however, even though almost as many women die of some form of heart disease as men in the United States, according to the Centers for

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Barbra Streisand on COVID’s long-term issues

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The last thing we need during the holidays – especially amid a global pandemic – is another reason to worry, but women, in particular, should be concerned about their heart health. 

A decade ago, we joined forces to combat gender inequity in cardiovascular research, treatment and prevention. We knew heart disease was seen as a “men’s disease” despite being the No. 1 killer of women in the United States, that women were excluded from research studies, and that even many doctors didn’t know that women’s and men’s hearts and symptoms are

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Vitamin D and Heart Disease

vitamin d and heart health

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    When it comes to being an overachiever, vitamin D seems to qualify. Research has linked deficiencies in the vitamin to higher risk of osteoporosis, and certain cancers, autoimmune diseases, and mood disorders. A recent study in

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    Grant funds research on comparing strategies to improve heart health

    A multi-university team of faculty and community representatives recently announced a prestigious National Institutes of Health grant to compare two strategies for implementing a church-based health program to reduce cardiovascular disease risk.

    Led by Penny Ralston, FSU professor, dean emeritus of the College of Health and Human Sciences and director of the Center on Better Health and Life for Underserved Populations, the $2.6 million, five-year grant will provide support for the 45-member Health for Hearts United Collaborative, a coalition of churches in Gadsden and Leon Counties. 

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    The grant will help the team test an internal champions strategy in comparison to

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