Heart Attack Prevention for Women

December 13, 2011 by  
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Dr. Bob gives tips for women on the prevention of heart attacks. For more health tips and information visit www.DrBobShow.com.

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“Quick Weight Loss Tips For Women: Importance of Fiber…” (Orange County Boot Camp)

October 31, 2011 by  
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YourDreamPhysique.com – Quick Weight Loss Tip – Fitness tip about the importance of adding more fiber to your diet. L, Laura

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Women’s Health, Nutrition, Fitness, Motivation, tip of the day, at ILovePrettyKeli.com

October 23, 2011 by  
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Visit www.Iloveprettykeli.com this is a women’s health website that has daily tips on nutrition, fitness, motivation and more! I came up with the idea for this site after receiving numerous replies to my “how to lose 20lbs in 2 weeks” video. It inspired me to work hard providing women with information that can help them daily. Nutrition The nutrition section gives women daily tips on foods they should add to their diet, foods they shouldn’t eat, as well as healthy receipes, and diets. iloveprettykeli.com Exercise: This section was made to give you some ideas on different exercises you can try in order to acheive your particular fitness goals. iloveprettykeli.com Motivation: This was designed to provide daily motivation to women who need that extra boost. We all need to be motivated from time to time. This section will not only motivate you, but it will provide you with ideas on how you can motivate yourself iloveprettykeli.com Tip of the day: Check here daily for tips on your overall physical health, as well as mental health. iloveprettykeli.com Special Posts: Every Monday is “motivation monday” This is the day to put yourself or a woman you know in the spotlight by sharing her motivational story with me. If you have someone you would like to feature send me a message letting me know their story along with a name and a picture. They might be chosen! ^_^ Iloveprettykeli also has daily tips for women as well as nutritional information, how to videos a quote of the day tips

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Factoring In Gender: Women’s Health Research at Yale

October 19, 2011 by  
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Scientists and community members speak about a variety of topics including: 1) the dramatic need for scientific information on women’s health and on gender-specific factors determining health and disease; 2) the scientific tradition of excluding women as participants in many clinical trials, and the continuing practice of “pooling” subject data rather than analyzing health outcomes by gender that have each contributed to this “knowledge gap,”; 3) the progress being made in reversing these historical trends, and; 4) new scientific information being uncovered in women’s health and gender-specific medicine.

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Sally Field and Kathy Kaehler: Tips for Fighting Osteoporosis on SIRIUS XM Doctor Radio

October 14, 2011 by  
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Doctor Radio host Dr. Jonathan Whiteson interviews Oscar winner Sally Field and fitness expert Kathy Kaehler on SiriusXM. Sally Field was diagnosed with osteoporosis — a disease in which bones become brittle and more likely to break — shortly before her 60th birthday. She teamed with Kathy Kaehler to introduce The Bone Healthy Workout to help women with osteoporosis estimated 8 million in the US or bone loss build and maintain strong bones. For more info on Doctor Radio, SiriusXM 81, and a free trial go to www.siriusxm.com

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Fantastic Women’s Fitness Tips – Helpful Workout Advice for Women

September 24, 2011 by  
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FEMALE Fitness: howgainmuscle.org .. Fantastic Women’s Fitness Tips. Let’s face it, women are more pressured to look good than men in today’s society. Those flawless bodies we see in magazines, on TV, or on the Internet have become the gold standard by which beauty is defined in our society…

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What Women Wish They Knew About Health- Part I

August 9, 2011 by  
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www.VickieChampion.com Several of my coaching clients tell us what they wish they knew in their 20’s about health.

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What Women Wish They Knew About Health-Part I

August 7, 2011 by  
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www.VickieChampion.com Some of my women coaching clients tell us what they wish they knew in their 20’s about health.

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Planning for Weight Loss Success — 5 Tips for a Flat Stomach

August 4, 2011 by  
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If you are trying to lose weight you need to have a plan — check out these 5 tips for weight loss success. Blog — www.womensabworkout.com More Tips — http

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Women’s Health Tips

July 10, 2011 by  
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Dr. Bob talks about the importance of getting a pap smear, breast exam, and mammogram. For more health tips and information visit www.DrBobShow.com.

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Research on Aging: Women’s Health from A to Z

June 16, 2011 by  
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We all want to know the secrets of how to maintain our health as we age, but where do we start? Elizabeth Barrett-Connor, MD, noted expert in women’s health, walks us through the basics from AZ, providing the viewer with easy to understand tips that can be incorporated into daily life. This video was created by UCSD-TV. Watch more of their videos at ucsd.tv.

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How to maximise your orgasm – Great tips for women

June 1, 2011 by  
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www.drjanethall.com I hope you’ve got a pen and paper ready! This is Dr Jan’s favourite topic and one that she knows you will enjoy too.

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Katrina Hodgson – Fitness DVD audition, Women’s Health Rodale

November 28, 2010 by  
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www.KatrinaHodgson.com & http Katrina Hodgson, Fitness DVD audition. 4:30am wake up call to shoot an audition video! www.toneitup.com Women’s Health and Rodale Add us on Facebook! www.facebook.com

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June’s Heart(y) Celebrity – Toni Braxton: Battling heart disease from within and from without

June 10, 2008 by  
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She is not your typical heart patient: she is young, physically fit, and slim. But musical performer and Grammy-award winner Toni Braxton knows how it feels to battle the monster that is heart disease. And she puts her celebrity status to use for a good cause – to increase awareness about heart disease among women.

Four years ago, Toni experienced symptoms of breathless and tightness in her chest during a performance’s intermission and ended up in an emergency room. She was diagnosed to have pericarditis. According to Medline Medical Encyclopedia, pericarditis is

“a disorder caused by inflammation of the pericardium, which is the sac-like covering around the heart. [It] is usually a complication of viral infections… and most often affects men aged 20-50, usually following respiratory infections.”

According to Newsweek, Toni also suffered from hypertension and had to take a beta-blocker medication to keep her blood pressure low. She also walks on a treadmill at least 20 minutes a day and forgoes her favorite salty foods, like burgers with bacon. Instead, salads, asparagus and low-sodium chicken and jambalaya soups are her usual fare.

Earlier this year, the mother of two served as spokeswoman for Campbell Soup Co.’s GoRedWithCampbells campaign. As part of the campaign, Campbell donated $1 to the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women campaign for every person who voted for his or her favorite red dress. If you click here, you will see Toni wearing the winning dress designed by Lisa Perry.

Campbell is among the leading food companies who developed food which are heart-healthy, yet delicious. It has also pledged to donate $1.8 million to the American Heart Association within the next 3 years “to help the raise awareness about how heart disease affects women.”

According to the CDC, heart disease killed 696,947 people in the US in 2002 and more than half of them (51%) were women. In Europe, 45 % of female deaths are due to cardiovascular disease compared to 38 % of all deaths in men, according to the European Heart Network 2008 cardiovascular disease statistics.

Toni was again hospitalized in April for chest pains. Despite her health problems she remains committed to the cause of battling heart disease.

Here are Toni’s tips for your heart:

We wish you all the best, Toni. You are not alone in battling the monster.

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