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Coronary Artery Disease Can be Reversed by Lifestyle Changes

Jun 30, 2014 07:06PM

The nonprofit Foundation for Cardiovascular Health, a community foundation, will offer The Heart Series program from 4 to 7 p.m. on Tuesdays between September 2 and November 18, in Tucson. This comprehensive, medically-directed, 36-hour interactive program was developed by Tucsonans Charles Katzenberg, M.D., a cardiologist with the UA Sarver Heart Center, and Edna Silva, RN.

The Heart Series includes instruction from physicians, nurses, counselors and individuals that have successfully implemented a heart-healthy program in their lives. Highlights are risk factor evaluations including analysis of lipids; label reading, nutrition, supplements and how to make health choices when dining out; heart medication review; and stress-reduction techniques, including tai chi, yoga, Heart Math, exercise instruction and communication.

Cost is $330/$550 couple. Location: 1711 W. Ina Rd. For more information, call Richy Feinberg at 520-797-2281 and visit HeartSeries.org.

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