Putting Women's Heart Health Front and Center
Chloe Bird: Senior Sociologist, RAND Corporation
Weighing in on Women's Health: The Unexpected Truth About Body Weight
Tamara Horwich: Co-director, UCLA Women's Cardiovascular Health Center
Calcium and the Heart: The Collision Course Between Your Heart and Your Bones
Karol Watson: Director, UCLA Barbra Streisand Women's Heart Health Program
First-Hand Experiences from Two Women Heart Disease Survivors
Alisa Becket, Amanda Daniels
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Gender Matters: Heart Disease in Women
Marcella Calfon Press, MD, co-director, UCLA Barbra Streisand Women's Heart Health Program, offers insight into the role of gender in heart disease and discusses managing risk factors.
Love Your Heart. Everyday Tips to Keep Your Heart Healthy and Strong
Karol Watson, MD, co-director, UCLA Program in Preventive Cardiology, discusses tips to keep your heart healthy and live a healthier life, as well as hidden threats to heart health and the latest news in heart research.
Latest Treatments and Advancements for Adult Congenital Heart Disease
UCLA Cardiologist Jamil Aboulhosn, MD, discusses the prevalence and impact of congenital heart disease (heart disease from birth). He will also discuss some of the surgical and medical advances that have facilitated improvements in survival and quality of life for this population.
Symptoms of Heart Disease every Woman Should Know
Tips on how to prevent heart attacks
Women and cardiovascular disease
Dr. Karol Watson and Alisa Becket
Gender on prescription drugs
This video is about women and cardiovascular disease. In this video, you can explore the female cardiovascular system and listen to renowned cardiologists Dr. Mehmet Oz, Dr. Karol Watson, and Dr. Peter Fail.