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Assoc. Prof. of Medicine, Vice Chief of the Section of Cardiovascular Medicine discusses heart health

A ‘Heart Health’ conversation with Yale University’s Nihar Desai, MD, MPH

In a candid discussion on Health IQ, Dr. Nihar Desai, a respected cardiologist from Yale School of Medicine, joined host Munson Steed to unravel the intricacies of heart health. Emphasizing the significance of awareness, Dr. Desai urged listeners to adopt proactive measures, stressing lifestyle choices as key contributors to cardiovascular well-being.

The Detroit roundup | Feb. 9-11: Celebrating Black History Month and beyond

This weekend’s Detroit RoundUp is a testament to the city’s commitment to embracing its history, celebrating diversity, and fostering innovation. Whether you’re attending community events, enjoying Mardi Gras festivities, or exploring cultural exhibits, Detroit offers a wealth of experiences for all to enjoy.

Why we celebrate Black History Month

February is Black History Month, a time to celebrate the brilliance and achievements of our forbears and their indelible contributions to America. The birth of

Black lives and matters of the heart: February is heart month

Uncontrolled high blood pressure is a leading cause of heart disease and stroke. In fact, more than 67 million Americans have high blood pressure. People with high blood pressure are four times more likely to die from a stroke and three times more likely to die from heart disease, compared to those with normal blood pressure.

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