On 27 March hundreds of Luleå's citizens are beaten for equal care and explore the heart of a woman through the Woman in Red campaign. Women with heart marks need to stay longer for men's treatment. On March 27, the specialist nurse and Carina Carnlöf give information on what heart heart means in women. Sofia Antonsson, the IBS expert and writer tells about how they balance with help with diet, breathing and stressing emphasis in everyday life. Jakob Stadell, a singer and musician, will be involved in music. Behind the campaign is the Kvinnor & Hälsa fundraising base which club club 1.6 & 2.6 million.
Cardiovascular disease has been a common disease that now causes more common deaths in female breast cancer. However, there is insufficient experience of women's hearts in the research and more generally. Female females of cardio-vascular disease may be waiting longer for men's treatment. According to current statements from the Swedish heart table, in particular older women are not poorly praised and therefore live shorter after a heart attack compared to people.
Every day, 55 women in Sweden die by discarding infamous irregularity. Six out of ten deaths can be hindered by a good lifestyle. Other dangerous things include weight, high blood pressure, high blood lip, diabetes and obesity. Women remain under-represented in clinical experience and much research remains to be done without a gender perspective. More research grants mean more lives are saved and more information about heart health will be shared with the public.
In March, Woman in Red drew attention to new research and care on women's hearts across the country. On 11 March in Stockholm, the Minister for Social Security Annika Strandhäll(e) the Women's & Health Trust scholarship publication for researchers for their research into mental health and mental health.
Date: March 27, 2019 at 18-21.30
Location: The Savoy Hotel, Storgatan 59, Luleå
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About club 1.6 and 2.6 million
The club 1.6 & 2.6 million work to improve the best quality of life and health for all women. The 1.6 and 2.6 million club, formed in 1998, is a non-profit society, and today is one of the largest women's organizations in Sweden. The association works to ensure that a female perspective is included in all areas of society. The 1.6 million club is aimed at old women and the club has 2.6 million attention to younger women's situation. For more information visit www.1.6miljonerklubben.com.