We are seeking input from women who’ve had preeclampsia and have subsequently been found to have risk factors for heart disease or had a heart attack. What should we be doing differently to get the information out to people like you and your health care providers?
Researchers at the University of Toronto are doing a study to learn about the experiences and needs of women, trans, and non-binary with disabilities when they are pregnant and having a baby.
Join the third annual Promise Walk for Preeclampsia in Kingston, Ontario on Sunday May 26th!
March is Nutrition Month! Unlock the potential of food to enhance lives, improve health, inspire children and bring people together.
January 30th is Bell Let's Talk Day. 1 in 5 women will experience Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders but may be too afraid to ask for help. Let’s change that. Check in, follow-up, offer help.
On February 13th , Wear Red to raise awareness about women’s heart health in Canada. Heart disease is the #1 killer of women worldwide and it affects women of all ages. That means 1 in 3 women will die as a result of heart disease or stroke.