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Almost every lifestyle change people resolved to make this month - quitting smoking, dieting, exercising - have one body part in common: the heart.
"The health of the heart impacts every aspect of human life," explains Chester M. Hedgepeth III, MD, PhD, chief of cardiology at Kent Hospital and director of Brigham and Women's Hospital Cardiovascular Associates at Kent Hospital. "It's as important as ever that people take the appropriate steps to keep their hearts healthy and powering the entire body."
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