Nov 9, 2020
Cardiovascular disease kills
more men and women worldwide than any other disease but many of the
disorders may be preventable. Simple changes we can make to our
daily routines can help reduce our risk of heart
In this episode, Florine is
joined by Dr. Kim Eagle, Cardiologist and Professor at the
University of Michigan. Dr. Eagle graduated from Tufts University
Medical School, completed his postgraduate fellowship at Harvard
University Medical School, and is also the Director of the
Frankel Cardiovascular Center.
What You’ll Hear on This Episode:
- Cardiovascular disease kills more men and women
worldwide than any other disease but many of the disorders may be
genetic and environmental factors affect cardiovascular health and
they are interrelated in important ways.
so imperative to know our numbers; blood pressure, cholesterol,
weight, medical history, family history, and other conditions, to
is most at risk for cardiovascular disease.
COVID-19 and cardiovascular disease are related.
- Advancing age is a risk factor, but the good
news is we can mitigate this with preventative measures and
foods we should, and should not, be eating to stay heart
truth about coffee and alcohol for your cardiovascular
- Exercise is not only important for your overall
health, it adds years to your life.
exercises Dr. Eagle does every day and what he
sobering truths about heart disease deaths in the United
There are four simple things you
can do to improve heart health
your doctor and know your numbers
to attain a more healthy diet
to move every day; ideally 30 minutes or more
- Get a
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