Her Heart welcome message from our founder

Her Heart’s CEO and Founder Dr. Linda Worrall Carter gives an introduction to Her Heart and how the charity came to be.

Know the symptoms of Heart Disease and Take Action Today

Her Heart’s CEO and Founder Dr. Linda Worrall Carter talks on the importance of women not only understanding their risk but also being aware of the symptoms. She shares these symptoms and stresses the importance of not delaying treatment.

How to reduce your risk when you have a family history

CEO and Founder of Her Heart, Dr Linda Worrall-Carter, answers the FAQ ‘can you change your risk if you already have a family history of heart disease?’ The answer is most definitely yes and Linda, who has a family history, shares how she has reduced her risk.

Two Minute Tuesday

These videos were originally published in our Facebook page as part of the Two Minute Tuesday video series.

Exercise and the Heart

Her Heart’s CEO and Founder Dr. Linda Worrall-Carter talks about exercise and its benefits to heart health.

The Heart and High Blood Pressure (Hypertension)

Dr. Linda Worrall-Carter answers a question about the heart and having high blood pressure.

How to Manage Stress

Dr. Linda Worrall-Carter answers a question about how to manage stress.

How to Eat Well

Dr. Linda Worrall-Carter answers a question about hot to eat well despite having a busy lifestyle.

Technology and Sleep

Dr. Linda Worrall-Carter talks about technology and how electronic devices can have an impact on healthy sleep.

Risk Factors You Can Change

Dr. Linda Worrall-Carter shares how your risk factor for heart disease can be changed.

Having an Exercise Routine

Dr. Linda Worrall-Carter talks about how to incorporate exercise into your daily routine.

Tips on Managing High Blood Pressure

Dr. Linda Worrall-Carter gives tips on how to manage high blood pressure (hypertension).

Other videos of interest

Watch the trailer for the documentary film Ms. Diagnosed

Created by an Emmy Award winning team, Ms. Diagnosed is a documentary film about the inequality of heathcare delivery for women and it explores why it exists and persists, and how it can be changed.

What happens during a heart attack?

Cardiovascular disease, which causes heart attacks and other problems like strokes, is the world’s leading killer. So what causes a heart attack? Krishna Sudhir examines the leading causes and treatments of this deadly disease.

Reduce Your Risk for Heart Disease with Rosie O’Donnell

Rosie O’Donnell is interviewed by Dr. Oz and talks about reveals the seven risk factors you can change to lower your risk for heart disease and the three you have no control over. Rosie also reveals the risk factors she believes caused her heart attack.

Women’s Heart Attack Symptoms – Is it time to call 911?

Heart attack survivor Elizabeth Greene talks about her own heart attack. She speaks about her symptoms, the importance of taking action and not delaying seeking medical attention if you are having symptoms.

Can diet and exercise help women prevent heart disease?

Dr Nieca Goldberg talks about how walking 30 minutes a day can lower your risk for having a heart attack by about 40%. You need to walk at a rate that increases your heart rate – and you feel slightly out of breath!

“Just a little heart attack”

This short film was created back in 2011 and stars Emmy-nominated actress Elizabeth Banks. She says it is “A little film about a super mom who takes care of everyone except herself”. As a result she fails to act on the symptoms of a heart attack.

“The Heart of the Matter” – Directed by Barbra Streisand

‘The Heart of the Matter’ was developed by Barbra Streisand to encourage awareness about heart disease – which kills more women around the world than all cancers combined.

Heart disease and heart attacks

This video looks at the basics of heart disease, heart attacks, heart failure, angina and cardiac arrest.

Got a Meeting? Take a Walk!

Got a Meeting? Take a Walk!

In light of this year’s Heart Week focusing on physical activity, hear from Business innovator, Nilofer Merchant, asking the question ‘Got a meeting? Take a walk!’

Nilofer Merchant (via TED) – 22/05/2018