PhD Candidate Speaks at the Kimbell Art Museum

Ph.D. candidate and graduate teaching assistant, Amanda Hinson-Enslin, spoke to the Greater Fort Worth Chapter of TWU’s Former Students Association  about heart health on Valentine’s Day weekend at the Kimbell Art Museum .  In honor of National Heart Month Ms. Hinson-Enslin spoke about heart healthy foods, sneaky high sodium foods, exercise, stress management, and the importance of knowing your biometric numbers.

Amanda Hinson-Enslin with Anne Scott (Director of Alumni Relations) and Connie Sitterly (Greater Fort Worth Alumni Chapter President)

“Since cardiovascular disease is the number one killer of women in America, it is important to equip women with the knowledge and tools to lower their risk for disease”

After the empowering talk, participants were encouraged to make a commitment for 2016 to initiate at least one health habit to lower their risk of heart disease.


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