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presented by Mary Gearing

square with text 2 Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the world’s leading cause of death. This disease is often called “the silent killer” because it develops slowly over time without obvious symptoms. In this talk, I’ll explain how CVD develops and why it’s so dangerous. I’ll also discuss standard treatments as well as new and exciting research in the field.

Lecture

3 thoughts on “Preventing Broken Hearts: The science behind cardiovascular disease

  1. Mary, very important topic and solid research. Your research is meaningful timely to everyone, especially the aging population . It will drive discourse on healthy diets, fats,. Inflammation, and food choice. Its a quality presentation because your intelligence and personality shine through.

  2. Hi, Mary! I love how you delve on the topic and presented an information that is not only timely but very relevant in the current condition of the society. CVDs are very prevalent nowadays due to the changing course of lifestyle of the people in world, especially that we rely on fast foods and most people sought to smoking and drinking to relieve stress. Through your presentation, we can help other people to further understand the consequences this silent killer can bring to our health and lives.

    Thank you for this presentation!

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