Moderate Exercise Reduces Risk of Death in Women

A study of more than 17,000 women links physical activity to a longer, healthier life. Simple activities like brisk walking or even mowing the lawn could add years to your life, based on recent findings that link moderate to vigorous exercise to reduced risk of death in women. Published in the American Heart Association journal Circulation, this study…

Women Face Worse Outcomes After Stroke, Study Finds

Despite advances in stroke prevention and treatment, women still face worse outcomes after stroke than men based on study data from the past ten years. Study highlights the differences in stroke outcomes between women and men.  Published in the American Heart Association journal Stroke, this paper served as an update on stroke outcomes in women. It reviewed all…