heart to heart

Sathicq, Larraine
July 2010
Good Health (Australia Edition);Jul2010, p56
The article presents a study on three women who underwent a heart checkup and were given lifestyle prescription. The three women were Maryke Blume, aged 35, Diana Masen, aged 41, and Annette Podryhula, 55 years old. Professor Roger Allan, an interventional cardiologist, assessed the women's health habits including their diet, exercise profile and their risk of heart attack. Blume's heart attack risk is negative five while Podryhula scored 12.


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