Menopause & Heart Health:
What Women Need to Know
Thursday, February 8, 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
2040 Walden Ave.
The risk of heart disease increases with age, but did you know symptoms could also become more apparent for women during menopause?
While declining estrogen levels can cause changes in blood vessel walls, shifts in both good and bad cholesterol levels, and an increased chance of blood clots, there are things women can do to reduce their risk of heart disease as they age.
Join women’s health specialist, Jodi Ball, MD, and interventional cardiologist, Eram Chaudhry, MD, for an informative look at menopause and heart disease. In addition to answering all your questions, they’ll explain what symptoms women should look for, and what you can do to take charge of your heart health. Registration starts at 5:00 pm. Program begins at 5:30 pm. Complimentary dinner* provided. Free parking available.
* Catholic Health invites you to attend one free dinner program per calendar year. After that, admission for each program is $20 and includes dinner.
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