Women’s Health 2023: What We Know and Why it Matters
The work of Women's Health Research at Yale was featured during a March event at the Yale Club of New York City. The event focused on the importance of studying issues related to the health of women and the influence sex and gender have on health.
Improving Heart Bypass Surgery Recovery for Women Takes Innovation and Representation in Research
Twenty years after a study funded by Women's Health Research at Yale uncovered that women face the risk of poorer outcomes after heart bypass surgery, new research finds the increased risk for women persists despite improved overall outcomes. But, with increased representation of women in clinical research and innovation in targets of study, we can overcome the gender gap.
Data question universal restriction of vigorous exercise for people with HCM
Adults with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy who engaged in vigorous exercise were at no greater risk for death, cardiac arrest or other outcomes compared with those engaging in low-to-moderate-intensity physical activity.Source: Healio
Vigorous exercise does not increase risk of serious cardiac events in people with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy
People with the inherited heart condition hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM) who exercised vigorously did not have an increased incidence of serious cardiac events during three years of follow-up.Source: News-Medical.Net