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Heart Health: Answers at your Fingertips

  • Buy nowFourth Edition
    2014
    ISBN: 9781859591574
    £19.99
  • Buy nowKindle Edition
    2013
    ISBN: B00FJ3HU92

Dr Graham Jackson

Heart disease can brutally interrupt our happiness and enjoyment of life; coronary heart disease remains the single most common cause of premature death in the UK.  In Heart Health, expert cardiologist Dr Graham Jackson takes the reader on a voyage of discovery and explanation in his clearly written and good-humoured text, which should allay fear through awareness of what heart disease is all about.

This book includes advice on healthy living, giving up smoking, HRT, sex & relationships and much more. This book is all about you and your heart: how to keep your heart healthy, or - if it has been affected by heart disease in some way - how to make it as strong as possible.

It is never too late to take action to strengthen your heart, and armed with this guide you will have the confidence to look after both your heart and your health!   

Sample questions:

Table of Contents:
Part 1 Introduction
Part 2 How your heart works
Part 3 Coronary Artery disease
Part 4 Angina
Part 5 Heart attacks
Part 6 Heart failure
Part 7 Palpitations
Part 8 Valve disease
Part 9 Sex and the heart
Part 10 Diet
Part 11 Exercise


“One of the most straightforward and helpful books on heart disease that I have ever read.”
Heart News  

“Busy doctors, or dissatisfied heart patients, couldn’t do better than invest in Dr Jackson’s latest book… devoted to questions that patients ask and answers the doctor wishes he had given if only he’d had the time.”
Dr Thomas Stuttaford, The Times

About the Author:
Dr Graham Jackson FESC, FACC, FRCP is Honorary Cardiology Consultant, Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital, London. He is a Fellow of both the European Society of Cardiology and the American College of Cardiology, and Chairman of the Sexual Dysfunction Association.

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