"Front Page" with Host James Earl Jones Highlights Heart Disease Statistics, for Public Television

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A new piece looks at the prevalence of one of America's most lethal diseases.

A new episode of "Front Page" is due to air shortly with award-winning host James Earl Jones helping to explore the often confusing world of heart disease statistics. Sometimes it seems that the public is told varying stories from day to day on what will and will not affect our cardiac health. This episode seeks to uncover where these conflicting reports come from and why they change so often.

The short documentary will visit with leading physicians in cardiac care, top medical research facilities and marketing experts from across the nation. Explore the hidden world of research funded by private sectors, sometimes with per-determined agendas, that can result in apparently new findings regarding our lifestyle in connection with heart disease. Understand the difference between academic research and reports that support purely scientific findings and that which is designed to support various industries such as physical fitness, farming, and even furniture manufacturers. Meanwhile, the segment will discuss how Americans have a longer expected lifespan than ever before in history, due in part to the availability of medical information.

Produced for the public televisions audience, "Front Page" can be seen on many stations across the country. It airs in time slots convenient to individual markets and stations. The award winning team of producers, videographers and writers work with their star narrator James Earl Jones to created high-definition shows that surpass industry standards. "Front Page" is not produced or distributed by PBS or APT.

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