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Women: Heart Disease is More Prevalent Than Cancer

From the Show: Staying Well
Summary: Why most women should be more concerned about heart disease than cancer.
Air Date: 1/28/13
Duration: 10
Host: Melanie Cole, MS
Guest Bio: Dr. Ramin Manshadi
Ramin Manshadi headshot Dr. Ramin Manshadi is a board-certified physician with the American Board of Interventional Cardiology, American Board of Cardiology, American Board of Internal Medicine and is board-eligible with the American Board of Nuclear Cardiology.

He is an associate clinical professor in the Department of Cardiology at UC Davis Medical Center. Dr. Manshadi is an award-winning physician, considered a "2011 and 2012 Top Cardiologist" by U.S. News & World Report and voted "America's Top Interventional Cardiologist, 2007" by Castle Connelly, Ltd. to name a few. He is also the author of The Wisdom of Heart Health: Attaining a Healthy and Robust Heart in Today's Modern World, and has generously pledged proceeds from the book to help purchase automated external defibrillators (AEDs) for placement in schools throughout California.
Women: Heart Disease is More Prevalent Than Cancer
As the #1 killer of women, recognizing symptoms and risks of heart disease, making lifestyle changes and receiving timely care are pivotal to saving a woman's life. Women's symptoms, especially those that are milder, often go ignored and they miss critical opportunities to save their own lives. 

Dr. Ramin Manshadi, associate clinical professor in the Department of Cardiology at UC Davis Medical Center, shares vitally important life-saving solutions that women can take to avoid coronary heart disease.

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