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Saint Francis Hospital - Bartlett Offers Healthy Heart Seminar

Oct 15, 2019
Dr. Muhammad Janjua, M.D. cardiologist.It has been estimated that if everyone took steps to improve their heart health, 27 million heart attacks and 10 million strokes could be prevented over the next 30 years. The good news is that heart disease is both preventable and controllable. As part of their American Heart Month activities, Saint Francis Hospital-Bartlett and cardiologist Muhammad Janjua, M.D., will be hosting a free community seminar, “Live Longer With A Healthy Heart.” The seminar will take place on Thursday, February 25th at 5:30 p.m. Space is limited for the seminar and reservations are required. To reserve your spot, please call 901-820-7022.

“Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women,” said Dr. Janjua. “However, there are several steps that can be taken to help prevent heart disease. This seminar will identify those steps and provide participants with an opportunity to have their heart health questions answered.”

If everyone met the benchmarks of a recent study and improved their heart health, it is estimated they would live 1.3 years longer, on average.

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