Women's Health News

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    Donor Spotlight: Kate Brown

    Mar 8, 2021 by Devin Lynn
    Understanding cardiovascular disease in women’s health is personal for Kate Brown, founder of Boulder Organic Foods and Ludeman Center Advisory Board member. Her father and grandfather both had cardiovascular disease, so Kate visited a doctor to better understand her risk factors.
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    The Athlete's Guide to MenopauseOpens in a new window

    Dec 8, 2020
    “Exercise can’t entirely reverse the effects of declining estrogen on the body,” the University of Colorado’s Kohrt says. “But there are so many potential health benefits, regardless of what you do. Anything is better than nothing—and it’s never too late to start.”
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  • Coffee Drinking Tied to Lower Risk of Heart FailureOpens in a new window

    Feb 18, 2021
    An innovative study that examined hundreds of factors linked to heart failure found one dietary factor that may lower risk: drinking coffee.
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    Q&A With a Pioneer in Cardiology and Women’s Health

    Feb 8, 2021 by Devin Lynn
    The Ludeman Family Center for Women’s Health Research connects scientists and community members from around the country and advocates for women’s health and sex differences research. One key element is the Ludeman Center’s Scientific Council. This group consists of pioneers in the field that help guide the scientific mission of the Ludeman Center. Nanette Wenger, MD, professor emerita of Medicine at Emory University School of Medicine, is a longtime member of the Scientific Council and a living legend in the field of cardiology and women’s health and sex differences research. We recently interviewed her about the role of innovation in women’s health and sex differences research.
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