Getting to the ‘Heart’ of the Matter

Learn how to keep your heart strong

kiwi heartContributed by Umara Raza, MD

You’re probably aware February is heart health awareness month. As a cardiologist, I’m excited about all of the attention paid to cardiovascular health! But for me, it’s about more than wearing red (although I hope you will on February 7) to raise awareness about heart health. For me, this month is about making sure all women—my patients, family, friends and our entire community—have the tools they need to fight heart disease.

That’s why I’m excited to be partnering with Sonal Hill, the nutritionist at the Women’s Center, to bring you two great talks in our Lecture Series. I hope our ideas and insights will help you be heart healthy all year long!

Come join us as we review some key principles on how to honor your heart and get healthy. We’ll not only share what to do to keep your heart beating strong, but we’ll also explain why these things actions are so important. Most importantly, we’ll teach you how to actually implement heart healthy changes in your daily life. We’ll leave a good chunk of time for discussion after each talk, so be sure to bring your questions.

February 27
6:30-8 p.m.

Take Care of Your Ticker
I’ll share some of my best advice on how to prevent heart disease and stroke.

The Power of Food: The Importance of Healthy Meal Planning
Sonal Hill, MS, RD, LD, will continue the conversation by sharing practical tips on making eating better a no-brainer.

We hope to see you there! Registration is appreciated. Please call 513-475-UC4U or reserve a spot online.

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