Is Your Job Killing You?

Does this sound like you? “I have to work very fast.” “I work very hard.” “I manage competing demands of others.” “I worry about losing my job.” “I feel underused or powerless.” If so, your job may be putting you at risk for a heart attack or stroke. According to a study recently released by…

Decade of Gratitude Post #6: American Heart Association

Without a doubt, one of the most exciting things I’ve done in the past ten years was to host the HEART for Women Rally on the grounds of the US Capitol. Pretty darn cool! Yes, I’m grateful for that opportunity with the American Heart Association – but I’m grateful for so much more than the…

Busy Woman’s Guide Honored at Love Your Heart In Style Fashion Show

Come and join in the fun and raise some awareness and funds at the American Heart Association’s Love Your Heart In Style Fashion Show!  Eliz will be participating in the program and will be honored for ten years of volunteer service. Thursday, November 11 · 6:00pm – 11:30pm The Pfister Hotel 424 E Wisconsin Ave…

2011 Heart Month Forcast! Where to find the Busy Woman’s Guide

Even though the leaves are still falling, it isn’t to early to start thinking about Heart Month! Eliz’s schedule is filling fast – check out if she’ll be in your neck of the woods! Monday, February 7: Green Bay, WI International Association of Administrative Professionals (Open to the public) Eliz will be presenting Women Have…

Are You Satisfied with the State of Women’s Health in America?

When it comes to making sure American women receive the medical treatment they need and deserve, are we doing a good job? Is research doing enough to create drugs and devices that are safe and effective for women? Is the state of Women’s Health in America where it should be? Sadly, the answer is no.…

Busy Woman’s Guide at the Wisconsin Women’s Health Policy Summit

In celebration of Women’s Health Week, Eliz is honored to be a part of a panel at the Wisconsin Women’s Health Policy Summit today.  As a spokesperson for the American Heart Association, Eliz be providing information about how patients and survivors can use their stories to advocate for change. This first-ever event is sponsored by…

Fresno Go Red for Women Luncheon

The American Heart Association in Fresno, California, hosted a Go Red for Women Luncheon on February 26th.  Eliz presented the Busy Woman’s Guide to a Healthy Heart. Were you there? Leave a comment below about what you heard and receive a free copy of the e-book Move More: The Busy Woman’s Guide to an Active…

Heart Truth for Women in Columbus Georgia

St Francis Hospital in Columbus, Georgia, hosted a Heart Truth for Women Luncheon on February 11th.  Eliz presented the Busy Woman’s Guide to a Healthy Heart. Were you there? Leave a comment below about what you heard and receive a free copy of the e-book Move More: The Busy Woman’s Guide to an Active Lifestyle!…

Busy Woman’s Guide in Jill Magazine

“Having twins would have been a big enough change on its own, but having the heart attack, I really felt like I survived for a reason,” Greene said. “I discovered that it’s a powerful story and can help women realize that they need to pay attention to their heart health.” A quote from “Dancer Mother…