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Show Your Heart Some Love

What you need to know about wine, chocolate, vitamins and your heart this Valentine’s Day on The Healthiest You Podcast: Episode 24

Chocolate and Wine

Are you loving your heart well? Diet, exercise and stress management are important for a healthy heart. Enjoying some wine and dark chocolate occasionally may help too. Your heart is a big deal, and not just on Valentine’s Day.

Maintaining a heart-healthy lifestyle is essential. Heart disease is the No. 1 killer in women, but it is preventable and treatable.

Listen to the latest episode of The Healthiest You podcast where Mike and Steph from B104 discuss women’s heart health with Ellina Feiner, MD, cardiologist with Lehigh Valley Heart and Vascular Institute.

Heart disease is the No. 1 killer in women, but it is preventable and treatable.

Are wine and chocolate good for a woman’s heart? What vitamins and minerals are important for heart function? What symptoms may be a sign of an underlying heart issue that women should not ignore? Are there ways women can prevent heart disease? Is Broken Heart Syndrome a real thing? We answer these questions and more on The Healthiest You podcast this month.

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About the podcast

The Healthiest You podcast is hosted by familiar voices – Mike and Steph from B104. In each episode they will interview doctors and experts across Lehigh Valley Health Network (LVHN) to learn practical health tips for everyday life – to empower you to be the healthiest you.

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Women’s Heart Program

Women have unique heart disease risk factors. Lehigh Valley Heart Institute cardiologists assess your risk early and develop a care plan that keeps your heart healthy during young adulthood, pregnancy, menopause and beyond.

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