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WomenHeart @ Work (W@W)
W@W is WomenHeart’s educational initiative to raise heart health awareness where so many Americans put their hearts every day – the workplace.at The (FAA) Federal Aviation Adrministration April 2, 2015
Leticia Madrigal MA, WomenHeart National Spokeswoman, Por La Mujer Latina. Thanks to Burlington. (Ms. Madrigal, Photo above)
And Alberta England WomenHeart Champion and Support Group Coordinator for NorthWest Suburbs. (Mrs. England Photo below).
Today W@W spoke at The Federal Aviation Administration about Heart Health.
Call to request a WomenHeart@Work speaker for your organization at our office in Washington DC (Headquarters). English #202.464.8735 or Español #800.676.6002.
Click this link for more information. http://womenheart.site-ym.com/default.asp?page=Programs_WHWork
A survey of W@W audiences found the following:
91% reported that the information presented was new for them.
96% reported that the presentation improved their knowledge of heart disease risk factors and how to detect a heart attack.
100% stated that they will take steps to improve their heart health, such as eating better, exercising more, and developing ways to manage stress.
ÁmateAhora is honored to make a difference by representing Illinois as a multicultural bilingual (Español/English) WomenHeart Champion.
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AmateAhora is the only representative flying from IL on-track as WomenHeart Champion Support Network Coordinator and National Spokesperson. Today September 27th we attended our 1st Webinar from WomenHeart before October’s National Science and Leadership Symposium.
We had the pleasure of listening in to 41 national representatives that will be attending the 2014 Mayo Clinic Science & Leadership Symposium this October in Rochester MN at the Mayo Clinic. Currently their are 656 WomenHeart Champions (49 states represented), 129 Support Network Coordinators “SNC” (39 states represented) and 25% are women of color.
Interested? Apply http://www.womenheart.org/?Programs_SL_Main
Today, nearly 70% of Hispanic-American women have at least one risk factor for heart disease, but only 37% know heart disease is their leading health threat.