New Segment on Heart Disease is Developed by "Voices In America" with James Earl Jones

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New educational segments seek to educate consumers on important issues...

A new installment of the program VOICES IN AMERICA, hosted by James Earl Jones, will feature Heart Disease. Heart disease is rampant in America; in fact, it is the leading cause of death for both men and women. The causes range from diet, genetics, and drug use. Preventing this serial killer may be a simple as improving diet and lifestyle choices.

The term heart disease covers many heart conditions including congestive heart failure, heart attack, and artery diseases. The symptoms are similar though; lack of energy, palpitations, pressure on the chest, weakness, shortness of breath to name a few. Awareness of this silent killer can lead to healthier choices and lower death rates among Americans.

For information about Heart Disease or any of the other topics the show covers, turn to the VOICES IN AMERICA segments near you.

VOICES IN AMERICA is an independent production that is distributed to Public Television Stations across the nation for airing at their own discretion. It is not a production of APT or PBS, and is not affiliated with them.

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