Are You Strong at Heart?
Heart disease remains the number one killer of Americans, yet most women in central Ohio do not know their risks. According to a survey recently completed by Ohio State's Ross Heart Hospital, only 22 percent of Ohio women understand the danger of cardiovascular disease. Close to 75 percent of women surveyed reported at least one risk factor for heart disease, but only about 25 percent identified themselves at risk.
The choices you make today will impact your heart for the rest of your life. Heart-healthy habits should be part of every woman's lifestyle. Join us to learn how you can live a heart-healthy life.
Strong at Heart—What Every Woman Needs to Know
Save the date for our special free presentation Friday, September 27, from 9-11 a.m. at Hilton Easton, 3900 Chagrin Dr. Columbus, Ohio 43210. Ohio State cardiologists, dietitians and exercise physiologists will be joined by other leaders in women's cardiovascular research, to discuss topics including:
- Women Living with Heart Disease & What do Palpitations Mean in Women
- How Women Can Assess their Risk for Heart Disease and What do Genes have to do with it?
- High Cholesterol in Women and the Role of Supplements in Heart Disease Prevention
This event is free, but registration is required. Please call 1-800-293-5123 and select option 3, to reserve your seat.