Heart Insight monthly e-newsletter replaces quarterly issues

This Heart Insight Summer 2020 issue will be the final quarterly issue of our digital magazine. But we’re not going anywhere! We’ll continue to serve up great content for heart patients and their families every month via our Heart Insight monthly e-newsletter.

What does this mean for readers?

Not much at all if you already subscribe to our e-newsletter. If you’ve typically accessed our magazine style digital edition by another method or have been relying on our app, this is simply a different — and more frequent — method of delivering new articles and information to you. And if that’s the case, be sure to sign up for the e-newsletter so you won’t miss a thing. (We just might have some new features to keep an eye out for in coming months.)

The digital edition platform of Heart Insight will remain live with all available back issues through the end of September, as will the app and standalone website. In the meantime, you can download PDFs from the digital edition platform if there are articles or issues you’d like to save.

We look forward to bringing you fresher content each month and hope you’ll let us know what topics related to lowering risk of, or living with, a heart condition you’d like us to cover. And, as always, we encourage heart patients and those who care about them to submit your stories for potential publication.

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