Ellen Dolgen in the News: Living Better at 50 features Happy Nutritious Holidays! - Ellen Dolgen

Ellen Dolgen in the News: Living Better at 50 features Happy Nutritious Holidays!

Living Better at 50 features Happy Nutritious Holidays! by Ellen Dolgen

The Twitter buzz by Ageology: Chicago Girlfriend’s Guide: 50 Shades of Menopause by @EllenDolgen Girlfriend’s Guide: 50 Shades of Menopause by buff.ly/TGL5WZ

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Don’t miss last week’s “Menopause Mondays: Women and the Prevention of Heart Disease” as featured onHuffington Post, Yahoo! US NewsYahoo! ShineFabulously 40SocialMomsVibrant NationMenopause Chit ChatThe Boomer Blogs. I am living proof that a heart-healthy lifestyle and the effective use of preventative medicines are as important as hereditary predispositions. Did you know that heart disease is the #1 killer of women in the United States? In the United States, a woman suffers from a heart attack every 90 seconds; however, most of these heart attacks could be avoided if women made better heart healthy choices.

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