Tag Archives: Women’s HeartCare
Stick-With-It Winter Workout Tips By Lori Parmenter, Clinical exercise physiologist with Women’s HeartCare You managed to stick with your workouts all summer and autumn, but the cold and dark winter days are fast approaching. Do you have what it takes … Continue reading
There are several differences between a man and woman’s heart, and cardiovascular disease as the leading cause of death among women. Our Women’s HeartCare team is here to help the women you love take care of themselves. Learn more today.
By: Lori Parmenter, Clinical Exercise Physiologist with Women’s HeartCare Many people compare “core” with their abdominal muscles. However, it is much more than your abs. Traditional stomach crunches or sit-ups target just a few muscles. The core is made up … Continue reading
By: Lisa Sanborn, Lead Exercise Physiologist Are you already frustrated and discouraged that you have not kept up with your New Year’s Resolution to exercise more or lose weight? Most likely you probably set too grand of a goal and … Continue reading
Celebrate American Heart Month with the heart-healthy Mediterranean Diet Continue reading
Four of five women ages 40 to 60 have one or more risk factors for heart disease. You can’t do much about your age or family history, but these risk factors are very much within your control. You may be … Continue reading
According to the American Heart Association, more women die of heart disease than all forms of cancer combined. Tomorrow is National Wear Red Day. Dress in red to support American Heart Month and help increase awareness about heart disease among … Continue reading