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Family and Heart Disease
Posted on 12/8/2013

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates almost 600,000 people die every year from heart disease in the United States. Knowing your family history is one of many ways to reduce or manage your risk of developing the disease. Here to provide information on heart disease and the importance of your family history are Dr. Julie Zenger-Hain, Director of Cytogenetics at Oakwood Hospital and Medical Center, and Dr. Ziad Berri, an Oakwood-affiliated internal medicine specialist.

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