Go Red For Women - High Blood Pressure And Pregnancy

Why high blood pressure should be managed during pregnancy to avoid long-term heart issues

  Go Red For Women - High Blood Pressure And Pregnancy

Why high blood pressure should be managed during pregnancy to avoid long-term heart issues

Why high blood pressure should be managed during pregnancy to avoid long-term heart issues

Pregnancy can be an exciting, and also stressful, time. So, keeping an eye on your blood pressure is even more critical.

  Northeast Ohio mom discovers heart failure in her 30s was result of common childhood illness

Katrina Cox's untreated childhood strep throat lead partly to her heart failure as an adult.

  Go Red For Women - Prioritizing Heart Health

Family history could hold clues to your heart health

  Family history could hold clues to your heart health

Do you know your family’s medical history? It can serve as a guide to your health, especially when it comes to your heart health.

  Dealing with stress in a pandemic

Work, finances, and being thrust into a pandemic. We’ve all been there, trying to deal with stress.

  University Hospitals doctor shares how to take good care of your heart by reducing stress

Work, finances, and being thrust into a pandemic. We’ve all been there, trying to deal with stress. But it's important for your health and your heart.

  Go Red: Life-saving advice on how to avoid diabetes and heart disease from a UH doctor

Diabetes is probably the most important risk factor of heart disease, according to a prominent Northeast Ohio medical professional.

  American Heart Association - Go Red with Valerie Hillow Gates

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Quit Smoking to Help your Heart Health!

Stop smoking today to decrease the risk of developing heart disease

Cleveland Cooks: Heart-healthy walnut crusted salmon with grape salsa from Freshly Rooted

In honor of the “Go Red for Women” campaign, here is a heart-healthy meal: A walnut crusted salmon served with a grape salsa.

Heart issues are among the top reasons women die in childbirth

Now there’s a specific unit at the Cleveland Clinic that specializes in women with heart conditions who are pregnant or trying to get pregnant.

These are the foods you should love, according to your heart

Cleveland Clinic's Heart and Vascular Institute share things to avoid and things to add to your diet to meet the standards of a heart healthy Mediterranean diet.

30% of women experience uncommon heart attack symptoms

When you think of common heart attack symptoms, pain in the chest or down your arm come to mind. But for some women, their heart attack symptoms may be very different.

3 signs you could have a genetic heart condition

A local college student is raising awareness about genetic heart disorders. She nearly died before finding out that she has one. Now, she’s using her second chance at life to potentially save lives.

Go Red: Heart disease is No. 1 killer in women, but it can be prevented

Do you know what kills more mothers, sisters, and daughters in the United States than anything else? It’s cardiovascular disease.