February is designated as Heart Health Month, a time to pay extra attention to your heart. There are plenty of resources on the web which provide basic info about keeping your heart healthy now, and as you get older. Heart disease is the #1 killer of women in the United States, and women over 65 are particularly at risk for high blood pressure, which can cause damage to your heart and overall health if left untreated. Women’s Voices For Change, a website intended for women over 40, has a weekly series this month on a variety of heart health issues, including this week’s write-up on high blood pressure: definitions, descriptions and strategies for lifestyle changes and medication options if you’ve been diagnosed. So take heart: there’s good information out there to help you stay healthy and strong. Start by Reading Here.