Charlotte Libov

MS Top Motivational Speaker and Heart Health Author

Motivational Author and Speaker Charlotte Libov offers info and tips on how to prevent heart attacks, cardiovascular disease, coronary heart disease, heart failure, cancer, diabetes, stroke, recognize heart disease symptoms, and also on diet and fitness.

A heart disease survivor, she is an inspirational speaker, the author of five award-winning books, and a frequent TV and radio guest. She also is a top medical writer who contributes to Internet sites such as WebMD.

Her columns also appear nationally and she also blogs on preventing heart attacks in women. Her first book, “The Women’s Heart Book,” was among the first to sound the alarm about heart attacks in women, and was made into the ground-breaking PBS show, “Women’s Hearts at Risk,” and she has been honored for her volunteer efforts by the American Heart Association.

She has spoken nationally to US Army War College, Bio International, The Toyota Women’s Conference, and more. She has appeared at Duke University Medical School, Kaiser Permanente, University of Connecticut Allied Science Health Sciences, and more than 50 more hospitals and organizations throughout the country.

Through her dynamic keynotes and workshops, she inspires audiences to take charge of their health and lifestyle, so they can live healthier, energetic and passionate lives.

Happy Valentine’s Day!

This Feb. 14, I am spending Valentine's Day with our men and women in uniform at the U.S. Army War College. This is a very elite institution and alumni include Generals George Patton, Norman Schwarzkopf, Tommy Franks, and many other men and women who have gone on to take strategic posts overseas.

I will be sharing these statistics with our men and women in uniform:

*Cardiovascular disease kills more women than men

*About 454,600 women die from cardiovascular disease each year

*About 370,000 women suffer first or recurrent heart attacks each year

*About 83,000 women who suffer heart attacks annually are under age 65

*Women heart attack survivors are more likely to die than are men

*Women who have heart attacks under the age of 50 are twice as likely to die

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