Presenter and TV personality Glenda Gilson launches the Irish Heart Foundation Her Heart Matters Campaign-photo Kieran Harnett
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Irish Heart Foundation ‘Her Heart Matters’ Launch Campaign
Date: Tuesday, 6th September 2022
Location: Marks & Spencer, Grafton St Dublin 2
Photographer: Kieran Harnett
Caption: Today (6th September) officially launches the Irish Heart Foundation’s Her Heart Matters campaign, which takes place for the month of September and aims to raise awareness of the prevalence of heart disease and stroke amongst women and save lives by encouraging women to make vital, sustainable changes to improve their heart health.
*Pictured is presenter and TV personality Glenda Gilson, the Irish Heart Foundation’s Director of Health Promotion, Janis Morrissey, HSE National Lead: Healthy Eating & Active Living Programme, Health & Wellbeing, Sarah O’Brien, launching the month-long awareness campaign. One in four women in Ireland die from heart disease and stroke according to the Irish Heart Foundation, which has revealed that cardiovascular disease is more prevalent among women than breast cancer. Despite this, recent research carried out on behalf of the Irish Heart Foundation revealed that almost one-third (30%) of women do not have enough time each day to focus on their health.
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Her Heart Matters: Irish Heart Foundation Reveals One in Four Women Die from Heart Related Issues
• Almost one-third (30%) of women say they do not have enough time each day to focus on their health
• ‘Her Heart Matters’ campaign aims to save lives by encouraging women to make
small, sustainable changes
One in four women in Ireland die from heart dis