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Before It Happens To You: A Breakthrough Program For Reversing Or Preventing Heart Disease

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You hear about it all too often: an otherwise completely healthy person struck down by heart attack in the prime of life. The result of hidden heart disease--the first symptoms of which are slightly high cholesterol or blood pressure-this is the kind of tragedy that sends us running to the doctor for a physical. But today's medical guidelines don't indicate treatment for m ...more
Hardcover, 288 pages
Published January 8th 2004 by Da Capo Press (first published January 7th 2004)
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Essential reading for anyone over 40, January 13, 2004
This is the book that the medical establishment didn't have the guts to write.
Sackner Bernstein outlines in crystal clear language how a few common, proven prescription drugs can dramatically decrease your chances of dying from a heart attack (the #1 cause of death in the USA).

This is a calm, focused, thoughtful book, with no hype, no vague promises and plenty of data. The author encourages you to share it with your doctor
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