Preeclampsia May Double a Woman's Chances for Later Heart Failure
Jan 24, 2021 03:23PM ● By Laura Williamson, American Heart Association News
Pregnant women with preeclampsia are far more likely to develop heart failure later in life than those who don't have blood pressure-related pregnancy complications, especially if it occurs during more than one pregnancy, new research finds.Read More »
Feeling Stressed About your Role in Life? For Women, That Could be a Health Risk.
Jan 24, 2021 03:19PM ● By Laura Williamson, American Heart Association News
How a woman feels about her roles at home and at work during midlife can affect several factors that influence her heart health, new research shows.Read More »