The heart of the matter: Menopause and heart health

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Learn from clinicians about early menopause and menopause as a time of increased risk for heart disease, heart disease symptoms and screening in women, and diet and lifestyle tips to promote heart health.

The theme for this year’s World Menopause Day is cardiovascular disease. In this free webinar, we explored menopause and heart health.  

Our clinicians and researchers discussed early menopause and menopause as a time of increased risk for heart disease, heart disease symptoms and screening in women, and diet and lifestyle tips to promote heart health.

Learn about what to look out for and how to help your heart health, and have your questions answered by our expert researchers and clinicians from Monash University, Monash Health and the Victorian Heart Hospital.  

Join our panel A/Prof Amanda Vincent, Dr Esther Davis, Dr Samantha Kozica-Olenski, Dr Rhonda Garad (facilitator)

This free community event was held by the Monash Centre for Health Research and Implementation (MCHRI), and the Centre for Research Excellence in Women’s Health in Reproductive Life (CRE-WHiRL), developers of the Ask Early Menopause and Ask PCOS Apps. Designed by women for women and with the help of experts, the Ask Apps gives women access to the evidence-based resources they need to help improve health and wellbeing. www.askearlymenopause.org

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