American Heart Association's Your Heart, an Owner's Manual
Prentice Hall, 1995 - Medical - 368 pages
The American Heart Association, the country's preeminent institution for information about cardiovascular health, has produced the definitive book on caring for the heart. This interactive, prevention-oriented "owner's manual" for the heart provides personalized care and maintenance programs, all backed by the expertise of the AHA, that reflect the way people really live today.
The American Heart Association's Your Heart An Owner's Manual will help you develop a personalized life plan that integrates nutrition, exercise, and lifestyle factors into one comprehensive program for enhanced heart health. It will help you set realistic goals, make informed eating choices, and determine what risk factors are endangering your life and what you can do to reduce them.
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Part One General Warranty
Other Types of Heart Disease
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