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Heart Healthy: It’s Never Too Early

Summary: Ever wonder what causes a heart attack? Is it high cholesterol, bad eating habits, obesity? Learn the biggest reasons and how to prevent them.
Air Date: 6/20/13
Duration: 10
Host: Dr. David Friedman
Guest Bio: Doug Harrington, MD
harrington mdDr. Harrington has over 25 years of experience in the commercialization of health care technology. Prior to joining Aviir in 2008, he served as CEO and Lab Director at Specialty Laboratories, Inc. and WM Laboratories, Inc.; as Chairman & CEO at Chromavision Medical Systems, Inc.; and as President and Lab Director at Nichols Institute.

Dr. Harrington is licensed in a number of states including New York, holding CQ's in Molecular and Biochemical Genetics. In addition, he has successfully taken a number of new molecular technologies through state and federal regulatory approval. Dr. Harrington has been a board member of 14 companies including directorships and managerial positions at Axela Biosensors (Board Member), Affymetrix, Navigenics, Inc. (Consulting Laboratory Director), CLED (Chairman) and USC Keck School of Medicine (Clinical Professor of Pathology).

He holds multiple professional affiliation memberships including the American Medical Association, the American Society of Clinical Pathologists, the College of American Pathologists, the Association for Molecular Pathology, and the International Academy of Pathology. Dr. Harrington received his B.A. in Molecular Biology and M.D. from the University of Colorado. He is Board Certified in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology and Hematology and has authored numerous peer-reviewed publications.
Heart Healthy: It’s Never Too Early
Ever wonder what causes a heart attack?

Is it high cholesterol, bad eating habits, or obesity? Or a combination of all these things?

Special guest, Dr. Doug Harrington, joins us to share information on what makes you more vulnerable to having a heart attack.

He also helps you learn how you can prevent becoming a victim of this deadly disease. This interview is not one to miss, especially if heart disease runs in your family.
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