Don’t Go Breaking Your Heart

. January 31, 2020.
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Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States, contributing to almost one in four deaths. The dangers are particularly acute for senior citizens. Fortunately, there are lifestyle choices you can make that will help safeguard against heart problems. These, and other tips, are the focus of February’s edition of the Genesis Village’s “Monthly Connected Care” events. “Heart Healthy Lifestyle Tips” will give attendees advice on dealing with factors like high blood pressure, cholesterol and more.

10:15am | Wednesday, February 19
Genesis Village, 2429 S Reynolds Rd.
419-720-1286 | genesisvillage.org

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