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The Heart of the Matter

  • Aired: 06/17/2012
  • 26:46
  • Rating: NR
The number one killer of African American women is heart disease. But it can be prevented with attention to diet, exercise, and stress management. The first line of attack, however, is education, because most African American women do not even know they are at risk. A Duke Cardiologist and health educator discuss the signs of risk and what to do to avoid heart disease.
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