Cardiovascular disease, also known
as heart disease, is the leading cause
of death for both men and women in
the United States. As heart disease
progresses, it often leads to heart
attacks and stroke. Join interventional
cardiologist Suraj Rasania, MD
to learn how heart disease develops,
as well as lifestyle strategies
you can adopt to reduce your
risk of heart disease and to help
you stay healthy for a lifetime.
Cardiac risk factor screenings
will be offered to attendees.
Many people believe fad
diets are an easy way to
jumpstart weight loss. What
do these extreme changes
in diet do to your heart?
Join Hammad Khan, MD
as he discusses the longterm
effects of fad dieting.
Come and learn about
healthier alternatives to
Free glucose, blood lipids, and BMI screenings will be offered to attendees.
When it comes to matters of the heart,
there are some differences between
women and men. Celebrate National
Heart Month at a special Go Red for Women
luncheon event. Wear red and join us!
Guest speaker Padmini Tummala, MD
will discuss why women are at risk for
certain heart-related problems, and
how to recognize the more subtle
symptoms women experience when it
comes to heart attacks and other heartrelated
health issues. Learn how to keep
your female heart in optimal health!
Attendees will receive a free women’s
Leaking heart valves are also known as “regurgitation”. Sometimes the condition is minor and may not require treatment, but other times a faulty valve places strain on the heart, causing it to work harder than usual. Join cardiothoracic surgeon Nan Wang, MD,
as he discusses the symptoms to look for, as well as the latest treatments, which may include surgical repair or replacement of leaky valves. Free blood pressure screenings will be offered to attendees.
Experiencing a cardiac event can often alter your
life in ways you did not expect. Now that you have
been diagnosed with a cardiac issue, where do you
go from here? Join our panel of physician experts
to learn how to rebuild both physically and mentally
from a cardiac event, and how to help prevent
future issues from arising. Here’s a great opportunity
to have your questions answered during the “Ask
the cardiologist” Q & A session.
Heart rate screenings will be offered to attendees.
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