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MedCentral Hosts Heart Disease Lecture for Women

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  Original Published: 2/20/2014

As a part of MedCentral's National Heart Month and a new lecture series, Dr. Melissa Juliano held a discussion about Women's Heart Health, titled " The Beat of a Woman's Heart: Beyond the Bikini Approach"

What she means by, "Beyond the Bikini Approach" is the fact that women tend to focus only on Breast and Reproductive health, when they need to focus on the whole body, especially Heart Health. Heart Disease is the number one killer of women, it now claims more lives among women than all forms of cancer combined.

The "Women's Health Program"  lecture series will span throughout 2014 and cover various topics such as Diabetes, Menopause, Stroke and more.

For more information, visit: www.medcentral.org

   
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