Feb 10, 2021
As we continue our Heart of it All Series for
American Heart Month, I am so excited to welcome, Dr. Nicole Lohr,
Cardiologist & Board President, American Heart
Dr. Nicole Lohr is the current Board President of
the Metro Milwaukee Board of Directors for the American Heart
Association. She is also a cardiologist at the Zablocki VA Medical
Center, as well as an Associate Professor and the Medical Director
of Cardiovascular Clinical Trials at the Medical College of
Not enough women know that heart disease is their
greatest health threat. Among females ages 20 and older, 44.7% had
some form of cardiovascular disease, and 90% of women have one or
more risk factors for heart disease at some point in their lives.
Paying attention to risk factors and living a healthy lifestyle can
help keep heart disease at bay.Women’s heart attack symptoms can
also be different than symptoms in men, so it is very important
than women know what to look for.
Dr. Lohr is passionate about the mission of the
American Heart Association and volunteers her time, sharing
important heart health information and educating women on what they
can do to lessen their risk.
Listen in as Dr. Lohr shares the importance of
women's heart health and making sure your listening to your