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Heart Health

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Many of us have heard that heart disease is often called a “silent killer.” But what does that really mean to each of us? Heart disease can be a difficult and confusing diagnosis to understand and navigate.

Our special guest is world renowned Dr. Kathy Magliato, who is one of the few female cardiothoracic surgeons in the world. She is currently developing a Women’s Heart Center to address the cardiac needs of female patients. We will discuss heart disease, its signs and symptoms, and some of the lifestyle changes you can make to improve your heart’s health.

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