Sunday Morning Magazine

7-09-17: Jay Cohn, MD, "Cardiovascular Health--How Conventional Wisdom is Failing Us", researcher.

Dr. Jay Cohn is professor of Medicine at the University of Minnesota Medical School, and Director of the Rasmussen Center of Cardiovascular Disease Prevention. Cardio vascular disease--includes all the various heart conditions and stroke, together are the #1 killer of people in the US. Vascular disease is also connected to dementia. Dr. Cohn's campaign is to work on the prevention, acknowledging our inherited genetics. We need to have screening techniques. To support our education Dr. Cohn has a new, easy to read book: Cardiovascular Health--How Conventional Wisdom is Failing Us".

Sunday Morning Magazine
00:29:15 7/7/2017

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Hu Dalconzo is a spiritual-life coach, and author. His most recent book is a novel-- The Awakening: A Transformational Love Story, written together with his son Dean. Because we learn better through stories and parables, Hu uses the book to convey the message of the change we can still make and need to make to preserve life, nature and humanity, on this planet. We must know we need to change, to transform. We can't expect different results if we keep doing things the way we always did. Seeing more women in leadership positions is a testament to this. www.holisticlearningcenter.com/hu-method.html
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