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TOP 10: Barbara Streisand’s Mission to End Heart Disease in Women

Barbara Streisand Fights Heart Disease

Barbara Streisand’s Mission to End Heart Disease in Women: Katie Couric–news.yahoo.com–11/7/14

TOP 10: Barbara Streisand: Spotlighting Women’s Health Issues is ‘bigger than show business’

Barbara Streisand on TODAY Show//2/7/14

Barbara Streisand: Spotlighting Women’s Health Issues is ‘bigger than show business’: Randee Dawn–today.com–2/7/14–Photo: NBC Screenshot

TWE Radio Podcasts: Dec. 31 & Jan. 1 Show

We welcome in the New Year with a brand new show with tips on how to live a healthy life! Guests include:
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Click Me to hear the interviewAnn Murray Paige, author of “Pink Tips: Breast Cancer Advice from Someone Who’s Been There”

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Ann Murray Paige

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Dr. Kathy Magliato, leading heart surgeon and author of “Heart Matters”

Dr. Kathy Magliato

Dr. Kathy Magliato

 

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On TWE Radio: Dec. 31 & Jan. 1, 2012 Show

Dec. 31 & Jan. 1, 2012 Show

Listen to This Show’s Interviews HERE

We welcome in the New Year with a brand new show with tips on how to live a healthy life! Guests include:

Ann Murray Paige, author of “Pink Tips: Breast Cancer Advice from Someone Who’s Been There”
Dr. Kathy Magliato, leading heart surgeon and author of “Heart Matters”

Photo of Ann Murray Paige

Ann Murray Paige

Dr. Kathy Magliato

Dr. Kathy Magliato

 

Listen to More TWE Interviews from The Women’s Eye Radio Show on iTunes.

 

Spokeswomen For Go Red For Women Speak Up About Their Hearts

Photo: Go Red for Women website

Women from all backgrounds hope to save lives by speaking up about heart issues thru the Go Red for Women website.  Heart disease is the #1 killer of women in the United States.

To view the website:

Go Red for Women

Do you think women speak up enough about their medical issues?