Let's face it. One in three women get heart disease, and it's essential to each one of us that we know our individual risk. Our hearts are in our hands - and by seeing your health care provider and getting a blood test and blood pressure test, we can save them.
Diane Brown likens having a heart attack at 52 to "getting hit with a 2x4" in the middle of her forehead. But Aug. 17, 2005 was also the day Brown began a new chapter in her life. She's on a mission to help other women learn about a condition that's grossly mischaracterized as "a guy thing."