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Don't delay heart health decisions

7:04 PM, Feb. 23, 2013
Amy Resop is shown running in her first marathon following her recovery from a stroke at the age of 35.
Amy Resop is shown running in her first marathon following her recovery from a stroke at the age of 35.
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There comes a time when it becomes important for everyone to make heart-healthy decisions. Trouble is, most of us are paying attention several decades too late.

Dr. Sumit Ringwala, Affinity Medical Group Interventional Cardiologist with privileges at Mercy Medical Center and Aurora Medical Center, is passionate about preventative care that leads to healthy hearts for people of all ages. Ringwala's philosophy zeros in on the youth in our communities, and the abundant ways heart disease can be avoided in the first place.

"Regardless of your age, there are many things you can do," explains ...

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