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Prevent Halt Reverse Heart Disease by Joseph C. Piscatella, Barry A. Franklin

Prevent Halt Reverse Heart Disease

Description : Provides practical guidelines for improving one's cardiac health, covering such topics as exercise, stress management, nutrition, weight loss, aspirin therapy, and cholesterol and other cardiac disease markers.

Subtitle : 109 Things You Can Do

Authors : Joseph C. Piscatella, Barry A. Franklin

Published Date : 2011-01

Publisher : Workman Publishing

ISBN : 9780761160731

Page : 382 Pages

Categories : Health & Fitness

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Filesize: 5 MB

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