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Ten Questions Women Should Ask about Cardiovascular Diseases Heart disease and stroke, two of the leading cardiovascular diseases, are the number one and three killers of women. There is much you can do to prevent these diseases, but first you must know your risks.

The American Heart Association suggests that women ask their health care providers these 10 questions about heart disease and stroke. Once you know the answers, you can work with your doctor to develop a plan of action to reduce your risk of cardiovascular diseases.
St. Elizabeth's Jeanie Foley Recognized as a 2015 Nightingale Award Recipient St. Elizabeth Healthcare would like to congratulate Jeanie Foley, Heart & Vascular Institute Prevention and Wellness Program Manager, on winning the prestigious Nightingale Award, recognizing professional nurses in the Greater Cincinnati area for their contributions to direct patient care. Jeanie was recognized at the Florence Nightingale Awards Banquet on Wednesday, April 22.
St. Elizabeth Heart & Vascular Institute Announces $1 Million in Grant Funding from Fifth Third Foundation and the Jacob G. SCHMIDLAPP Trusts The Fifth Third Foundation and the Jacob G. SCHMIDLAPP Trusts, Fifth Third Bank, Trustee, have made a major philanthropic investment in St. Elizabeth Healthcare for its Heart & Vascular Institute, which opens on April 19.
Is high blood pressure taking control? Feel like life is a little too much to handle sometimes? Maybe you’ve skipped those enjoyable walks you used to take with friends. Maybe some changes in your life, like pregnancy or menopause, have had you feeling a little “off” lately. While these may not seem all too serious by themselves, you may actually be putting yourself at risk for hypertension — more commonly known as high blood pressure.
St. Elizabeth Celebrates Heart & Vascular Institute Completion with Open House St. Elizabeth completed construction of its new $30 million, 40,000 square foot Heart & Vascular Institute, now open to the community. The new Heart & Vascular Institute features a combination of experts and programs that have been created to improve heart health in the region.

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