Sunday, September 29, is World Heart Day. It's a special day set aside by global health officials to draw awareness to the world's two leading causes of death, cardiovascular disease and stroke. The President of the American Heart Association joins us today to talk about heart disease and how we can keep ourselves heart healthy.
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