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Mended Hearts meeting Women & Heart Disease Feb. 23

Here’s a scary fact: Heart disease kills more women in the U.S. than all forms of cancer. But it’s a health danger that women can prepare for. Knowing the symptoms of heart disease in women, could save many lives. An easy way to remember these heart symptoms is CURBS: Chest discomfort, Unusual fatigue, Radiating pain, Breathing difficulties, Sleeping difficulties.

Join us at a free Mended Hearts meeting and learn more about women and heart disease from guest speaker, Pam Fahs, RN, PhD, nursing professor, Decker School of Nursing. The meeting will take place at UHS Wilson Medical Center, Picciano 4, Room 5ABC on Monday, February 23. Meeting begins at 6:30 p.m. followed by presentation at 7 p.m.

Mended Hearts offers hope and educates patients about cardiovascular health, empowering them as they manage a heart-healthy lifestyle. Not a member? Join us and make a difference in the lives of heart disease patients and their families. Mended Hearts is free and open to the public.
For more information call 785-1017.