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  • How to Reduce the Risks of Heart Disease(01:01)
  • Dr. Christopher Cannon emphasizes the steps you can take to reduce risk of heart disease if it runs in the family, such as regular checkup, checking b...
  • Date: April 03, 2011
  • Source: HuffPost Life and Style
  • Campaigns Challenge Myth That Women Don't ...(03:08)
  • Many women still view heart disease as a men's problem, but years of campaigning are getting the word out that it's the number one killer of women.
  • Date: November 17, 2014
  • Source: Newsy
  • How Depression Affects Heart Disease(02:19)
  • Dr. Sriram Padmanabhan, of Medstar Franklin Square Medical Center, explains how depression and heart disease are linked.
  • Date: May 26, 2015
  • Source: ABC 2 News WMAR
  • Fight the Ladykiller: Heart Disease(01:00)
  • Heart disease is now the No. 1 killer of women, causing more deaths than all cancers combined. And yet only 56 percent of American women realize that ...
  • Date: November 12, 2014
  • Source: AOL Originals
  • Healthy Behaviors That Can Prevent Heart D...(02:41)
  • Mayo Clinic cardiologist Sharon Mulvagh, MD, had some excellent statistics and tips to share with us about healthy behaviors that can prevent heart di...
  • Date: February 24, 2014
  • Source: Mondays with Marlo
  • Laura's Family History of Heart Disease(02:59)
  • Laura’s dad had three heart attacks before she was 13, and later died from heart disease. Her grandmother, grandfather and several other relatives als...
  • Date: May 08, 2014
  • Source: The Doctors
  • 5-Year-Old Boy Living With Congenital Hear...(01:26)
  • On Thursday, Sonora Middle School held an assembly to honor a young boy who had heart surgery last year, after he was diagnosed with congenital heart ...
  • Date: February 13, 2015
  • Source: KFSM
  • Study: Angry Tweets May Lead to Heart Dise...(00:30)
  • Researchers from the University of Pennsylvania found a strong correlation between venting anger on Twitter and the risk of dying of heart disease.
  • Date: January 23, 2015
  • Source: WGN

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