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Empowering Women's Heart Health: Insights from Thought Leaders and Experts

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May is women's health month, but here at Calroy we celebrate women's heart health every month. We know that cardiovascular health is different for women and men, so we have asked a few cardiovascular experts for their thoughts and perspectives on cardiovascular health - specifically as it pertains to women. 

Are you a licensed healthcare provider? If so, please view our clinician exclusive educational materials here.

Experts on Women and Heart Health

Kristi Morlan-Hughes, ND

Kristi Morlan-Hughes, ND discusses the importance of physical activity for women's cardiovascular health. She also stresses the importance of learning about the vascular system.

Betty Murray, PhD(c), MS, CN, IFMCP     

Betty Murray, CN describes why its important that women (especially post-menopausal women) care for their vascular health, including tips and tricks on how women can stay on top of their vascular health.

Anita Hays, PhD, RN

Senior Manager of Scientific Affairs, Calroy Health Sciences; Hays provides tips for women preparing for the menopause transition, including eating an anti inflammatory diet, reducing insulin resistance and visceral fat, incorporating strength, aerobic, and flexibility training as rotation in your weekly exercises, and investing in sleep comfort.

Dr. Kara Fitzgerald, ND

A quick interview between Dr. Kara Fitzgerald and Laurie Hofmann on the importance of the vascular system for healthy aging.

Want more tips and resources from experts on cardiovascular topics?

Visit our page dedicated to Heart Health Month to continue your educational journey, and get even more insights from expertes on cardiovascular health.

Are you a licensed healthcare provider?

If so, check out our HCP exclusive Women's Heart Health Month education, including a download of Betty Murray's Guide to Supporting Vascular Health During the Menopause Transition*. 

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Note that speakers have worked with Calroy on the development of materials.