The Center for Cardiovascular Disease in Women is dedicated to developing new sex- and gender-specific strategies for the prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation of coronary heart disease in women. Heart disease continues to be the leading cause of death for all Americans; one out of two women will develop heart disease in her lifetime.
The Center is committed to improving and maintaining women's heart health through excellence in clinical care, research, patient and provider education, and community outreach and advocacy.
Sister Talk 2
A ten-part cable television series designed to help viewers learn simple and practical strategies to improve their heart health.
The Healthy Heart Initiative: Barriers to Eating a Heart Healthy Diet In a Low Income African American Community (pdf)
Patient Education Material
Women's Heart Health: Online Resource
News and Events
To schedule a clinical appointment with Dr. Paula Johnson, click here or call 1-800-BWH-9999.
For programmatic inquiries, please email Audrey Carr at the Center for Cardiovascular Disease in Women, firstname.lastname@example.org or call 617-732-7078.
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This page was last modified on 2/28/2013